Woman killed along with her three dogs in Chelsea car crash is named

woman killed alongside her three dogs after being struck by a car has been named as Olivia Riley. picture: Met Police

Olivia Riley, 41, was killed as she walked her three dogs (Picture: Met Police)

A female pedestrian killed along with her three golden retrievers in Chelsea has been named as Olivia Riley.

A 26-year-old driver was held on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving following the crash just after 6am yesterday in Cheyne Walk, west London, where house prices average £3.5 million.

Mrs Riley, 41, from Suffolk, was found dead after officers and paramedics raced to the scene.

The driver was found with minor injuries and taken into custody with a crime scene put in place at the crash site.

A Met Police spokesperson said: ‘A woman who died following a road traffic collision in Chelsea on Saturday morning has been named.

‘Olivia Riley was 41 and from Suffolk. Her family are being supported by specialist officers.

‘Police were called to Cheyne Walk, SW3, at 06:21hrs on Saturday, 14 May following reports of a road traffic collision involving a car, a pedestrian and three dogs.

‘Officers attended with paramedics from the London Ambulance Service. Olivia was pronounced dead at the scene.

‘It appears she had been walking her three dogs, all golden retrievers, at the time of the incident.

‘They also died as a result of their injuries. Any witnesses, or anyone with any dash cam footage, is asked to call police.’

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Source:: Metro


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