Tributes have been paid to a former pub landlady who died after being struck by a car in west London.
Mary Forde, 60, was rushed to hospital in critical condition after being hit as she walked along a street in Ealing on October 2.
She died the following day.
Speaking following her death her family said Ms Forde, who ran the Sir Colin Campbell pub in Kilburn, will be “eternally missed”.
She had made a full recovery from cancer this year, her family added in statement.
They described her as a “strong and determined woman who battled against all adversity” in a tribute her on Monday.
The statement said: “Mary was due to move to her new home the week she died. She was looking forward to the future and moving on with her life. She was in a happy place.”
It added: “Mary made a full recovery from cancer this year, after a difficult fight. She was a strong and determined woman who battled against all adversity.”
Ms Forde, who also worked at a nursing agency in Marylebone, has a “large and loving network of family and friends”, the statement added.
She was struck by a Vauxhall Astra as she walked along Gunnersbury Avenue, at the road’s junction with Leopold Road, shortly before 1.40pm on October 2.
The driver of the car stopped at the scene and no arrests have been made.
Police are investigating the crash and appealed for witnesses to come forward.
Scotland Yard in statement said: “Detectives from the Serious Collision Investigation Unit based at Alperton are investigating, and would particularly like to speak to a motorcyclist and an Uber driver who stopped at the scene.”
Any witnesses or anyone with information that could assist the investigation is asked to call officers on 020 8991 9555.
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