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Woman hit by bus in Bankstown, Sydney, fighting for life

  • An elderly woman in critical condition after being hit at bus interchange Monday 
  • The woman aged in her 60s went into cardiac arrest at the scene after 10am
  • Intensive care paramedics were at Bankstown crash before taken to hospital 

An elderly woman is fighting for life after she was hit by a bus in Bankstown. 

The crash happened just after 10am Monday in Sydney’s west where the woman, believed to be in her 60s, received CPR.  

The woman was treated at the scene where she sustained critical injuries and went into cardiac arrest, Sydney Morning Herald reported.

An elderly woman is fighting for life after she was hit by a bus in Bankstown (pictured)

Intensive care paramedics were among the four ambulance crews who treated the woman at Restwell Street (pictured) before she was taken to Liverpool Hospital

Intensive care paramedics were among the four ambulance crews who treated the woman at Restwell Street (pictured) before she was taken to Liverpool Hospital

Intensive care paramedics were among the four ambulance crews who treated the woman at Restwell Street before she was taken to Liverpool Hospital. 

The bus interchange at Bankstown City Plaza has been closed near Restwell Street. 

Buses including the 487 and Punchbowl services have been diverted causing some delays. 

The crash happened about 500 metres away from the fatal shooting of well-known lawyer Ho Ledinh.

Mr Ledinh was shot dead while dining at the Happy Cup Cafe in Bankstown’s Old Town Plaza on Tuesday.

The bus interchange at Bankstown City Plaza has been closed near Restwell Street (pictured) 

The bus interchange at Bankstown City Plaza has been closed near Restwell Street (pictured) 

Buses including the 487  service have been diverted causing some delays (pictured)

Buses including the 487 service have been diverted causing some delays (pictured)



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