An elderly woman killed when she was hit by a car has now been named.

Police were called to Lyttelton Road, East Finchley, around 11am on Saturday, Feb 25, where a car had collided with a pedestrian.

The victim has now been named as 96-year-old Daphne Edwards of Barnet.

She was taken to a central London hospital by air ambulance and pronounced dead just before 1pm.

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A post-mortem gave cause of death as multiple injuries.

The driver stopped at the scene and assisted police with their enquiries, but there have been no arrests.

The Met's Serious Collision Investigation Unit have renewed their appeal for information and ask anyone who can help call the witness line on 020 8991 9555 or via 101.