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UPDATE: Four pedestrians dead after collision involving a vehicle in London

UPDATE: 8:27 A.M.

Four people are dead after a vehicle struck a group of people walking in London.

Around 8:40 Sunday night, London Police say they received reports of the collision in the northwest end of the city.

When they arrived in the Hyde Park Road area, just south of Carriage Road, they say they found one adult woman who was pronounced dead at the scene.

An adult male, an adult female, and two children were all transported to hospital in critical condition and the two adults and one teenage child later died from their injuries.

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Another child is still in hospital in serious but non-life-threatening condition.

A 20-year-old London man was arrested a short time later and he’s still in custody.

The investigation continues.

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UPDATE: 7:56 A.M.

The Middlesex-London Paramedic Service tells MyStratfordNow.com they transported four people to the hospital from the scene, all of whom were in critical condition.

They referred the case to London Police.

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London Police are reporting “multiple” fatalities after several pedestrians were struck by a vehicle in the northwest end of the city.

Police say the incident happened around 8:40 p.m. Sunday at the intersection of Hyde Park and South Carriage roads.

Investigators say one pedestrian who was struck died at the scene, while a number of others who were rushed to hospital by paramedics later died from their injuries.

No information about the victims, including the number, was immediately released, however, police say the man driving the vehicle has been arrested.

Police say they expect to release more details sometime Monday morning.

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