Two men have been arrested by police investigating a fatal hit-and-run in west London involving a pensioner. The men, aged 37 and 36 were arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving. It follows a collision in Brentford yesterday.
Police are still asking any witnesses to contact them, on 0208 941 9011 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
A pensioner has been killed in a hit-and-run in west London while walking with her seven-year-old granddaughter. A red hatchback car was seen leaving the scene of the collision in Brentford around 4pm on Monday.
St Paul's School in Brentford has been damaged by fire this morning. Eight fire engines and 60 firefighters battled to put out the fire which badly damaged the roof of the Victorian school in Hounslow.
Sam Gibb tweeted "Very sad time in Brentford, heartbreaking our little family school on fire!"
London Fire Brigade tweeted, "Firefighters are making good progress on the school fire in Brentford. The roof has been badly damaged in the blaze."
From today's SUNDAY EXPRESS: Brentford defender Tony Craig has admitted that he and his teammates "could encourage ballboys to waste time" today when they face Chelsea in their FA Cup fourth round tie.