Pensioner, 82, dies 11 days after she was hit by car at Leeds bus stop

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An 82-year-old woman who was critically injured when she was hit by a car as she waited at a bus stop in Leeds has died.

Patricia Taylor, from Garforth, was sitting in a shelter on the A63 Selby Road, at Cliff Top, Garforth, when a red VW Polo left the road and hit her at 8.35am on Saturday, October 17.

She died in Leeds General Infirmary on Tuesday.

The driver of the Polo, a 56-year-old man from the Selby area, was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving and was later bailed pending further enquiries.

He remains on police bail and enquiries are ongoing by officers from West Yorkshire Police Major Collision Enquiry Team.

Anyone who witness the incident or the circumstances leading up to it is asked to contact Detective Constable Cath Rowlands at Carr Gate via 101.

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