UPDATE: Pensioner suffers life-threatening injuries after collision with car in Waterlooville

The scene in Hulbert Road. Credit: Luke Matthews
The scene in Hulbert Road. Credit: Luke Matthews
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A pedestrian suspected to be around 90-years-old has suffered life-threatening injuries after a collision with a car in Waterlooville this afternoon.

Part of Hulbert Road was closed on the eastbound carriageway for two hours with police and South Central Ambulance Service (Scas) attending the scene.

A police spokesman said they received reports of a collision on the road, near to the junction with Curzon Road, involving a Fiat and a pedestrian at around 2.05pm.

He added the pedestrian had suffered serious injuries.

A spokesman from Scas said: ‘We sent an ambulance, two rapid response vehicles and the enhanced care response unit at around 2.08pm.

‘The patient was a female, around 90-years-old, who had sustained serious/life-threatening head, chest and leg injuries.

‘She was taken to the major trauma unit at Southampton General.’