Teenager taken to hospital after horror crash

A teenager remains in hospital after a horror car crash in the early hours of this morning.

Police were called to Merton High Street in Wimbledon at around 2am following reports of a collision involving a car and a pedestrian.

The male pedestrian, who police have said is in his late teens, was taken to hospital for treatment.

A spokesman from the Met said: “The pedestrians injuries have been assessed as not life threatening.”

A road closure was put in place at the scene after the incident and it was removed shortly before 7.30am.

(Picture: The Met)

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