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Tunbridge Wells: Woman who died outside Robin Hood pub named as Marion Bond

A woman who died after being hit by a car outside a Tunbridge Wells pub has been named.

Marion Bond, who lived locally, was taken to King’s College Hospital in London following the collision outside the Robin Hood pub last month.

She was left in a critical condition and died of her injuries on Wednesday, March 2.

The Robin Hood pub in Tunbridge Wells
The Robin Hood pub in Tunbridge Wells

Emergency services were called to Sandhurst Road shortly after 6.30pm on Thursday, February 18, following reports of a collision which involved a blue Chrysler Tacuma.

An inquest into the death was opened and adjourned at Gravesend Coroners’ Court on Thursday, March 17. The court heard she died of head injuries.

Officers from the Serious Collision Investigation Unit continue to appeal for information and the circumstances around the incident remain unknown.

The inquest is being heard at Old Town Hall in Gravesend
The inquest is being heard at Old Town Hall in Gravesend

They’re hoping to trace the occupants of a white car which left the busy car park shortly before the incident.

Witnesses are asked to call 1622 798538, or email sciu.td@kent.pnn.police.uk

A full inquest will be heard on Wednesday, May 4 at 1pm, at Gravesend Coroners’ Court in The Old Town Hall, Gravesend High Street.

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