A woman has been rushed to hospital in a serious condition after being struck by a car in Perth’s western suburbs.
The 69-year-old was hit as she tried to cross Stirling Hwy near Jarrad St in Peppermint Grove just before 8pm, Thursday.
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The woman sustained head and leg injuries in the incident involving a Subaru Outback wagon.
She remains in Royal Perth Hospital in a serious but stable condition.
It is understood the Subaru driver did not require medical attention.
Anyone with information or vision should contact police.
A woman has been hit by a car on Stirling Highway in Peppermint Grove. Credit: 7NEWS
The emergency unfolded at the same spot where a motorbike rider was killed in a collision with a car in December.
Tribute flowers remain at the site and were pictured next to police cars responding to Thursday’s incident.
Last Saturday a man was taken to hospital with a broken leg after he was trapped between two cars on Stirling Hwy in nearby Nedlands.
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