Police have cordoned off a house on Nursery Road, Arnold, in connection with the death of a woman in Nottingham city centre.
A woman pedestrian died, and two men were injured after a car crashed into a wall on Peel Street on Monday morning.
Video: The corner of Peel Street & North Sherwood Street 40 minutes after the collision.
A 56-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder and attempted murder.
“It looked pretty big”
Millie Pinch, Local resident.
The collision occurred at around 10:10am on Monday on the corner of Peel Street and North Sherwood Street.
Millie Pinch, a local resident, said: “I had to walk up Mansfield [Road] to get home. Not sure what’s happening, but it looked pretty big as they’ve blocked off the other side of the road as well.”
Two crews from #LondonRoad are currently dealing with a road traffic collision on #PeelStreet in Nottingham where a car has been in collision with a wall. Firefighters are working to extricate one male casualty and are working alongside @nottspolice and @EMASNHSTrust. #HereForYou
— Notts Fire (@nottsfire) January 29, 2018
Two fire crews worked to free a man who was trapped and police cordoned off Peel Street, and part of North Sherwood Street. This has now re-opened.
The identity of the woman is currently unknown.
TIMELINE OF EVENTS
Monday 29th January
10:10am – Police and Fire services receive reports of a car crashing into a wall on Peel Street, Nottingham.
11:02am – 2 Fire Crews are working to release “one male casualty” alongside Police and Ambulance services.
11:20am – Nottinghamshire Police confirm a 56-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the incident
17:10pm – Nottinghamshire Police confirm a female pedestrian died, and a male pedestrian was injured. The 56-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder.
Tuesday 30th January
14:25pm (approx) – Nottinghamshire Police confirm a house in Arnold is cordoned off, and forensic officers have entered the property. This is in connection to Monday’s incident on Peel Street.
Nottinghamshire Police confirmed that forensic officers had entered the house in Arnold.
A spokesperson for Nottinghamshire Police said: “Anyone who witnessed the collision, or the moments before it happened, is urged to call Nottinghamshire Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, quoting incident number 212 of 29 January 2018.”