A young boy has died after being left to fight for his life after a crashed collision with a motorcycle in north London last Thursday (September 16).
Qusai Alomar, 12, was left critically injured after the accident on Harrow Road in Wembley and rushed to hospital but died tragically from his injuries on Sunday (September 19).
Police are now appealing for any witnesses who may have information that could help their investigation into the fatal accident to come forward.
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Qusai is from the local area and was a pedestrian when the accident happened.
His family has been informed and supported by specialized police officers.
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Police were first called to the Harrow Road scene just after 5pm on Thursday after reports of a crash with a motorcycle and a pedestrian.
Both police and paramedics attended the London Air Ambulance.
The rider on the motorcycle stopped on the spot and no arrests have been made as far as investigations into what happened continue.
Detectives from the Road and Transport Policy Command are investigating and requesting that all witnesses or anyone with information, including dash-cam footage, call the Serious Collision Investigation Unit.
To do this, call 020 8246 9820, call 101 or Tweet @MetCC with offers on CAD 5252 / 16sep.
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