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Melbourne woman rushed to hospital after being struck down while crossing the road with children

Young woman fights for her life after being hit by a car while crossing the road with two children – with her pram terrifyingly left behind

  • A woman fights for her life after being hit by a car on a busy road
  • She was crossing the road and pushing a pram with children when she was hit
  • The children were taken to hospital with minor injuries, in stable conditions
  • The woman was in critical condition at the Royal Melbourne Hospital
  • The road in western Melbourne was closed to traffic in both directions

A woman in her 20s fights for her life after being hit by a car while pushing a pram along a main road with two children.

She was taken to the Royal Melbourne Hospital and remains in critical condition after the horrific collision in the west of the city on Thursday.

The two children were taken to the Royal Children’s Hospital with minor injuries and are in stable condition after the car accident.

The woman remained in critical condition after the horror smash on Friday (pictured)

The woman remained in critical condition after the horror smash on Friday (pictured)

The driver of the car stopped at the corner of Ballarat Road and Duke Street in Melbourne’s west Braybrook and assisted police.

The driver has been released pending further investigation, the police investigation is still ongoing.

Ballaratweg was closed to traffic in both directions after the collision.

Anyone who witnessed the incident, has dashcam footage or other information that could assist police in their investigation is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

The driver stopped at the scene (photo) and has since been released by the police after helping them earlier

The driver stopped at the scene (photo) and has since been released by the police after helping them earlier

Ballarat Road (photo) was closed to traffic in both directions after the collision on Thursday

Ballarat Road (photo) was closed to traffic in both directions after the collision on Thursday

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