Car, pedestrian accident at Ingleburn on October 13

11.17am:

All lanes have now been re-opened on Harold Street following a car and pedestrian accident on Friday morning.

Traffic flow is returning to normal.

10.58am:

A woman is in a serious condition in Liverpool Hospital after being struck by a car in Ingleburn on Friday morning.

A man and a woman – both aged in their 40s – were injured after being struck by a car on the Harold and Oxford streets.

The woman was treated at the scene by NSW Ambulance paramedics before being taken to Liverpool Hospital, where she remains in a serious condition.

The man sustained minor injuries.

The driver and sole occupant, a woman also aged in her 40s, was uninjured. 

More information on the incident here.

9.46am:

Traffic is now open to southbound traffic on Harold Street following an accident on Friday morning.

However, northbound lanes still remain closed to traffic.

Emergency services were called to an accident between a car and pedestrian at about 7.15am.

Traffic remains affected about two-and-a-half hours later.

The Crash Investigation Unit is now at the scene, alongside emergency services crews.

Diversions are in place through Oxford Street, Cumberland Road and Henderson Road.

8.24am:

Harold Street is still closed in both directions following an accident involving a car and pedestrian on Friday morning.

Diversions are now in place through Oxford Street, Cumberland Road and Henderson Road.

Motorists are advised to exercise caution in the Ingleburn area.

8.07am:

Diversions are now in place through Oxford Street, Cumberland Road and Henderson Road.

Harold Street in Ingleburn remains closed in both directions following an accident involving a car and pedestrian.

Emergency services personnel are at the scene.

7.48am:

Harold Street in Ingleburn is closed in both directions following an accident on Friday morning.

The accident involving a car and pedestrian occurred at about 7.15am on the corner of Harold Street at Oxford Street.

Emergency services personnel are at the scene.

Motorists are advised to use an alternative route.