A nine-year-old girl remains in a life-threatening condition after being hit by a van.
The child, a pedestrian, was seriously injured and air lifted to hospital after the crash in Sunbury, Surrey, on Friday afternoon.
She remains in a serious and life-threatening condition, Surrey Police said on Saturday evening.
The force is appealing for witnesses to the incident at around 3.50pm in Staines Road East, near the junction with The Avenue.
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