Elderly woman who died in hospital after collision with car near Hitchin supermarket is named

Police at the scene on Queen Street, Hitchin after the collision

Police at the scene on Queen Street, Hitchin after the collision - Credit: Archant

An elderly woman who died after a collision with a car in Hitchin has been named.

Marie Ronald, from the town, died in Stevenage’s Lister Hospital four days after a black Hyundai collided with her on Queen Street near Asda supermarket on Tuesday, December 29.

The 89-year-old is believed to have died from a suspected brain haemorrhage after sustaining a hairline fracture to the skull – with an inquest to be held to establish the cause at a later date.

Anyone with information on the incident should call 101 quoting ISR 250 December 29 2015.


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