A woman left fighting for her life in hospital has died four weeks after being hit by a car in Glasgow city centre.
The woman was taken to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital after she was struck by a grey VW Tiguan car on Elmbank Street at its junction with St Vincent Street around 8.15pm on Thursday, February 2.
The 64-year-old remained unidentified for five days as police appealed for help so they could inform her family.
On Friday, March 3, police confirmed the woman had passed away in hospital on Wednesday, March 1.
It has brought the death toll of one week of crashes in Glasgow to four.
Police have continued to appeal to the public for information as their investigation into the incident continues.
Road Policing officer, constable Amanda McKay, said: “Our thoughts are with the family and friends of the woman who died and everyone affected by this crash.
“Our enquiries to establish the full circumstances are ongoing and I would like to thank everyone who has assisted so far.
“I would appeal to anyone with any information who has not yet spoken to us to get in touch.”
Anyone with information is asked to call Police Scotland via 101, quoting incident number 3467 of Thursday, February 2, 2023.
The crash happened just 35 minutes after another woman was knocked down and killed while walking on the same street.
Chinenye Vera Okonkwo, 33, a student at Glasgow Caledonian University, was pronounced dead at the scene.
St Vincent Street was closed for several hours as police investigated both crashes.
The collisions came the week after 22-year-old cyclist Emma Newman, from Moulineaux, Paris, was pronounced dead after being struck by an HGV on the Broomielaw.
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