Air Ambulance Called to Serious Crash Involving Van and Pedestrian on Bartholomew Way in Swanley.

Air Ambulance Called to Serious Crash Involving Van and Pedestrian on Bartholomew Way in Swanley.

Air ambulance called to Bartholomew Way in Swanley after van collides with pedestrian

A busy road in Swanley has been shut down after a serious crash between a van and a pedestrian.

Bartholomew Way, near the Asda supermarket, is currently closed in both directions as emergency services respond to the incident.

Police, paramedics, and an air ambulance were all called to the scene shortly after 9am this morning.

According to a spokesperson for the police, the collision is believed to have taken place between a van and a pedestrian.

The pedestrian is currently being attended to by medical professionals and the extent of their injuries is not yet known.

Bartholomew Way will remain closed between Sycamore Drive and Swanley Lane while investigations into the incident are carried out.

Motorists are advised to avoid the area and find alternative routes as delays and congestion are expected.

Bus passengers using the Transport for London (TFL) 233 service are also being diverted away from the affected area.

Reacting to the incident, witnesses at the scene expressed concerns for the well-being of the pedestrian involved.

One person stated, “I hope the woman will be fine. My heart sunk when I saw her.”

Another witness commented, “The ambulance and police arrived on scene pretty fast, so I’m hoping she will be alright. The air ambulance has also landed, so hopefully she will receive the best care.”

The situation is ongoing and updates will be provided as more information becomes available.

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