Pedestrian is killed as white BMW crashes into house in north-west London, as one man is arrested

Pedestrian is killed as white BMW crashes into house in north-west London, as one man is arrested for dangerous driving and another fights for his life in hospital

  • A pedestrian, believed to be a man in his 30s, was killed in a London car crash
  • One man in his 40s has been arrested after last night’s incident in Neasden
  • A third man in his 50s is in hospital and in remains in life-threatening condition

A man in his fifties is left fighting for his life in hospital following a north-west London car crash which killed a pedestrian.

One man in his forties has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving, after a white BMW smashed into a house in Neasden last night.

He was taken to hospital where his condition was described as ‘non life-threatening’.

A man in his fifties is left fighting for his life in hospital following a north-west London car crash which killed a pedestrian

The pedestrian, said to be a man in his thirties, was hit by the car before it crashed into the house on the eastbound A406, the North Circular Road.

The Metropolitan Police has said ‘inquiries are ongoing to trace his family, believed to be overseas’.

The force added the collision caused ‘significant’ structural damage to the building.

One man in his forties has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving, after a white BMW smashed into a house in Neasden last night

One man in his forties has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving, after a white BMW smashed into a house in Neasden last night

The man arrested was taken to hospital where his condition was described as 'non life-threatening'

The man arrested was taken to hospital where his condition was described as ‘non life-threatening’

Lane closures remain in place on the A406 while emergency workers remove the car and make sure the building is safe.

Police are appealing for anyone with any information about the incident to call the Serious Collision Investigation Unit on 020 8246 9820, ref 7729 / 11mar.

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