Elderly man dies after being hit by car in White Horse Hill, Chislehurst

News Shopper: Police have cordoned off part of White Horse Hill while they investigate the crash Police have cordoned off part of White Horse Hill while they investigate the crash

AN ELDERLY man who was hit by a car in Chislehurst this morning (December 14) has died in hospital.

The 84-year-old man sustained head injuries in the crash, which happened in White Horse Hill near the junction with Beanshaw at around 10am.

He was airlifted to hospital after the accident and has since died of his injuries.

The car driver stopped at the scene.

There have been no arrests.

Any witnesses are asked to call the police on 101.

White Horse Hill has been closed while police investigate the incident.

Did you see what happened? Call the newsroom on 01689 885725.

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3:20pm Sat 14 Dec 13

Slonik says...

RIP.
RIP. Slonik

3:29pm Sat 14 Dec 13

white rabbit9 says...

The country is speeding up to fast. we humans are chasing illusions because some evil sod says it's real. MONEY!
The country is speeding up to fast. we humans are chasing illusions because some evil sod says it's real. MONEY! white rabbit9

4:17pm Sat 14 Dec 13

dee2009 says...

Si sad my thoughts are with his family and friends,R.I.P SIR.
Si sad my thoughts are with his family and friends,R.I.P SIR. dee2009

5:31pm Sat 14 Dec 13

molsey says...

white rabbit9 wrote:
The country is speeding up to fast. we humans are chasing illusions because some evil sod says it's real. MONEY!
Wow.
[quote][p][bold]white rabbit9[/bold] wrote: The country is speeding up to fast. we humans are chasing illusions because some evil sod says it's real. MONEY![/p][/quote]Wow. molsey

2:22pm Mon 16 Dec 13

kentlad says...

Poor fella RIP

People need to start slowing down and pay more attention to the road.

I nearly had three accidents on Saturday alone, the first a car pulling out on my left at a roundabout only to notice as I came up alongside him he was on his mobile (phone to right ear hence reason for not seeing me), second a woman listening to her MP3 player running along the street crossed the road in front of me again without looking luckily I was alert and stopped in time although she was clearly shaken and apologised, the third and worst was when I was approaching a bus near Bromley Town Centre and flashed to give way the Range Rover behind me thought I was going to attempt to overtake it and when she realised I wasn’t moving just braked in time and nearly hit me up the arse!!!! Seriously you only have to stand at a busy junction or roundabout for 30mins to see just how many stupid and dangerous drivers there are out on our roads today.

Don’t get me wrong pedestrians are just as stupid and also play a part in a lot of traffic accidents but, the difference is they don’t weigh 1.5t plus and aren’t made of metal!
Poor fella RIP People need to start slowing down and pay more attention to the road. I nearly had three accidents on Saturday alone, the first a car pulling out on my left at a roundabout only to notice as I came up alongside him he was on his mobile (phone to right ear hence reason for not seeing me), second a woman listening to her MP3 player running along the street crossed the road in front of me again without looking luckily I was alert and stopped in time although she was clearly shaken and apologised, the third and worst was when I was approaching a bus near Bromley Town Centre and flashed to give way the Range Rover behind me thought I was going to attempt to overtake it and when she realised I wasn’t moving just braked in time and nearly hit me up the arse!!!! Seriously you only have to stand at a busy junction or roundabout for 30mins to see just how many stupid and dangerous drivers there are out on our roads today. Don’t get me wrong pedestrians are just as stupid and also play a part in a lot of traffic accidents but, the difference is they don’t weigh 1.5t plus and aren’t made of metal! kentlad

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