Pictured: toddler who was killed in a terrible traffic accident in her stroller by a "drugged driver" when her injured mother said, "We had no chance."
- The 22-month-old toddler named Xixi died after a car crashed into her stroller
- It took place at the intersection of Eastcote Road and Kings College Road in Ruislip
- Called Emergency Services and London Ambulance on October 25 A
- A man in his 40s was arrested on suspicion of death from dangerous driving
The 22-month-old toddler who died after a "drugged driver" crashed into her stroller was pictured for the first time.
Xixi was traveling with her family when the vehicle pulled into them on October 25 at 4:15 p.m. at the junction of Eastcote Road and Kings College Road in Ruislip.
Despite all the efforts of the emergency services, the child was pronounced dead at the scene.
Her mother, who today paid tribute to her & # 39; Engel & # 39; daughter, described how her husband had pushed the stroller when the vehicle came straight towards her on the sidewalk.
The mother of 22-month-old Xixi, who was killed when a vehicle drove into her stroller in Ruislip, has paid tribute to her angel daughter
Speaking to The Evening Standard, she said: "My husband was pushing the stroller he was walking towards us head-on, we had no chance."
She had the most beautiful smile and her eyes were always full of love and laughter.
"She was our angel, our everything and there is no moment when we can stop thinking about her."
The 31-year-old mother suffered a leg injury and the 30-year-old father was hospitalized in critical condition. He has now been released.
A man in his forties was arrested on suspicion of death from dangerous driving, suspicion of serious injury while driving, and suspicion of driving while on drug abuse. He was later released on bail.
After the collision, a witness who wanted to remain anonymous told The Sun Online: “Both of them only cried for the baby at the time.
"The mother was" barely understandable "but yelled repeatedly:" Where is my baby? "
Police were called to the junction of Eastcote Road and Kings College Road in Ruislip at 4.15 p.m. on October 25
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Officials from the Metropolitan Police's Serious Collision Investigation Unit are now appealing to witnesses or anyone with CCTV footage to come forward.
Detective Sergeant Sarah Donegan said, “Our thoughts are with the child's parents at an incredibly difficult time.
"We have opened an investigation to determine the circumstances of what happened and I am asking anyone who was nearby at the time and may have seen something, or has dashcam footage or video surveillance, to come forward and help us with our investigation to help."
Investigations are currently being carried out to determine the full circumstances of the incident.
Anyone with information should call 020 8246 9820 or 101 ref CAD 4892 / 25OCT20.
You can also contact the independent Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.