London Ambulance Service vehicle collides with woman in Upper Street
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A woman is in hospital after a London Ambulance Service (LAS) vehicle collided with her in Upper Street.
The LAS was called at about 1pm today after one of its workers knocked down a woman near the junction with Liverpool Road.
Her condition is not yet known.
An LAS spokesperson said: "We dispatched an ambulance crew and a medic in fast response car to the scene.
"We treated a person at the scene and took them to a major trauma centre."
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A Met Police spokesperson added: "[Officers] were called by the London Ambulance Service to reports of a collision between a motorcycle and a pedestrian on Upper Street
"Officers attended and found the female pedestrian suffering injuries.
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"She has been taken to hospital; we await an update on her condition."
Upper Street has now reopened to northbound traffic after the road was earlier blocked by the incident.
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