Toddler killed in Hayes collision named

Updated: Mar 20, 2021

Agarwin Sasikaran, aged just 4 was at a pedestrian crossing with his mum when he ran into the road and was hit by a car in Hayes, west London.


Agarwin Sasikaran, aged just 4 died on Sunday after being struck by a vehicle in Hayes


A four year old boy tragically killed after being struck by a vehicle in Hayes, has been named as four year old Agarwin Sasikaran.


Medics and Air Ambulance staff battled tirelessly to save Agarwin but sadly he was tragicly later pronounced dead at a nearby hospital in West London.


The family are believed to have visited a nearby KFC for food shortly before the horrific incident unfolded at around 6.55 on Sunday evening.


A parent of another child eating in the nearby KFC said:

"one minute we where eating our food and the next blue lights everywhere. somebody was shouting that a child had been run over so I took them [her children] back to the car so they wouldn't see anything horrible."
" My thoughts are with the young boys parents, I cannot imagine what they are going through."


Police issued a statement via twitter asking for information:



The statement from the Metropolitan police:


APPEAL |

Witnesses and drivers with dashcam footage are asked to contact police if they can assist following a collision in Hayes Hillingdon at around 7pm on 11Oct. A 4-yr-old boy died as a result of his injuries. Pls call 101 quote CAD5717/11Oct.



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