Investigation continues as remaining victims released from hospital
The scene on Camp Road after the crash. Picture: BBC
July 28, 2023
The driver involved in the collision at The Study Prep School in Camp Road earlier this month has received bail again after her previous bail expired.
Police say that the 46-year-old woman from Wimbledon has now been bailed to return at the end of September.
The Met’s Serious Collision investigation Unit is continuing to investigate the incident which occurred on Thursday, 6 July.
Inquests into the deaths of eight-year-olds Nuria Sajjad and Selena Lau were opened and adjourned at Inner West London Coroner’s Court on Tuesday, 12 July.
The two 8-year-old children who were killed. Serena Lau (left) and Nuria Sajjad (right). Picture: Met Police
All the other victims of the crash in which a Land Rover Defender drove through the school boundary and into a tea party that was taking place in the garden have now been released from hospital.
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