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Holloway schoolboy dies in car collision

PUBLISHED: 10:16 01 November 2012 | UPDATED: 17:31 05 November 2012

Teenager has died following Neasden crash

Teenager has died following Neasden crash

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Teenager, 14, was fatally injured in Neasden

A Holloway schoolboy has died following a car collision in Neasden.

The 14-year-old pedestrian was left fighting for his life following the crash on the North Circular Road near Brent Cross on Tuesday afternoon.

He died yesterday morning.

The driver of the Mercedes Estate stopped at the scene and was not arrested.

Investigating officers are appealing for witnesses or anyone with information to come forward

Senior Investigating Officer DS Chris Osborne, from the Collision Investigation Unit at Northolt Traffic Garage, said: “This is a very serious collision that happened on one of London’s busiest roads.

“It is very important we find out exactly how this occurred and the events leading up to it.

“If anyone saw the collision or knows anything about what happened beforehand please contact us.”

Anyone with information is asked to call Northolt Traffic Garage on 020 8842 1817

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