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Young woman fighting for life after she was hit by a bus while crossing a busy road in Bondi

Horror in Bondi as young woman, 29, is left fighting for life after she’s hit by a bus while crossing a busy road

  • Woman, 29, in a critical condition after she was hit by bus in Bondi on Tuesday
  • Occurred while crossing road near Old South Head Road and Curlewis Street
  • She’s fighting for life in St Vincent’s Hospital as police investigations continue 
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A young woman is fighting for life after she was hit by a bus while crossing a busy road in Sydney’s east.

Emergency services were called to the intersection of Old South Head Road and Curlewis Street in Bondi at around 6.45pm on Tuesday following reports a pedestrian had been hit by a bus.

Four ambulance crews attended the scene to treat the woman, 29, who suffered extensive injuries, a NSW Ambulance spokesman told Daily Mail Australia. 

The female pedestrian was rushed to hospital in a critical condition after she was hit by a bus

‘The woman was rushed to St Vincent’s Hospital in a critical condition,’ the spokesman said.

A hospital spokeswoman told Daily Mail Australia late Tuesday that the woman remains in a critical condition.

The bus sustained damage to its windscreen in the incident. 

Old South Head Road and Curlewis Street in Bondi were closed following the accident

Old South Head Road and Curlewis Street in Bondi were closed following the accident

Four ambulances attended the scene to treat the critically injured woman, 29

Four ambulances attended the scene to treat the critically injured woman, 29

‘There were no passengers on the bus,’ a NSW Police spokesman said.

Old South Head Road and Curlewis Street were closed for a short time following the collision. 

The driver has undergone mandatory blood and urine testing while the bus was towed from the scene for mechanical examination.

Police are investigating the incident.  

A NSW Police spokesman said there were no passengers on the bus (pictured) at the time

A NSW Police spokesman said there were no passengers on the bus (pictured) at the time

Anyone with information is urged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. 

It was the second serious incident within 48 hours involving a pedestrian and bus in Sydney.

A girl, 16, was trapped under a bus for 90 minutes after the vehicle mounted a footpath and hit three teenage girls waiting at the bus shelter outside Parramatta train station in Sydney’s west on Sunday night.

Police are now investigating Tuesday night's collision which left a woman critically injured

Police are now investigating Tuesday night’s collision which left a woman critically injured

 

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