09:16AM, Friday 03 May 2013
A female pedestrian knocked down by a lorry on Monday in King Street is in a 'stable condition' - a police spokesman has said.
Emergency services rushed to the one way system near Grenfell Island in Maidenhead at about 1.15pm.
The woman, who is believed to be in her 30's, was left lying on the road following the collision near the pedestrian crossing linking the town centre to the train station.
Police said the woman, who was airlifted to John Radcliffe Hospital, has sustained 'serious injuries'.
The driver of the lorry was interviewed by police at the scene but no arrests have been made.
Police are not appealing for witnesses.
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