A road was shut for several hours after a car collided with a woman near an accident hotspot.
The woman, who was in her 30s, had to be rushed to hospital after the smash outside Sainsbury's, in Stanmore Broadway, at around 1pm last Thursday.
Traffic was diverted from the area, causing delays for lunchtime drivers.
The woman suffered a broken pelvis and was taken to the Royal Free Hospital, in Hampstead, for treatment.
The driver of the blue Honda Accord, which was involved in the crash, was not injured.
As reported in the Observer last week local residents are concerned about the road safety in the area.
Community groups were particularly worried about the junction between Church Road, Stanmore Hill and Stanmore Broadway, which does not have a pedestrian crossing and is just yards from where the woman was hurt.
John Williams, chairman of the Stanmore Society, said: "A lot of people want to take the shortest possible route and if there was a proper crossing at the lights further up it might encourage people to walk a little bit further up."
Michael Fishberg, CEO of Harkit Records, which is based on Stanmore Hill, is now starting a petition to get the council to make the junction safer.
He said: "I'm so angry. I've had an office here for eight years and it's a game of Russian roulette when you cross the road, it's so dangerous."
An investigation into the cause of the crash is underway.