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Neighbours have been speaking to ITV News, following the death of three-year-old Olivia Uffindell yesterday.
It's believed she died after her buggy was blown into the path of a van in Croydon.
Neighbours have been expressing their shock at Olivia's death.
One, Glenford Evans, said:
Another, Temi Ismail-Sobogun, who has a two-year-old son, said:
Olivia Uffindell died after a collision along this road in south London.
The girl's grandmother described how she was a "very chatty, very funny" girl. Speaking to the Daily Mail Debbie McClatchie said:
A van driver who was was arrested on suspicion of causing death by careless driving after the incident involving Olivia Uffindell has been bailed to a date in May.
After the arrest, the 36 year old was taken to a south London police station.
Police are appealing for witnesses and officers from the Road Death Investigation Unit are investigating.
Olivia Uffindell died from injuries when a gust of wind blew her buggy in front of a delivery van, her family said.
This map shows the location of the incident - Woburn Court in Croydon, south London.
A three year old girl has died after her buggy was blown into the path of a van, according to reports.
The child, named in reports as Olivia Uffindell, died in hospital shortly after the collision yesterday morning.
Police were called by the London Ambulance Service shortly before 9am following reports that a Mercedes Sprinter van had struck a child in Wellesley Road, Croydon, south London.
The girl was taken to St George's Hospital where she was pronounced dead just after 10am.
Witnesses said her mother, named as Louise Uffindell, 29, left the pushchair on the pavement outside her home to fetch something from inside when it was blown into the road and struck by a van.
The 36-year-old van driver, who stopped at the scene, was arrested on suspicion of causing death by careless driving after the incident.