A man who died following a collision in Willesden Green has been officially named as Ronald Cardenas - an Ecuadorian who died from "multiple injuries".
Metropolitan Police was called to a collision between a car and two pedestrians in Willesden Lane, at the junction with Walm Lane, on December 17 at around 11.30pm.
The Met Police today (January 4) officially named the man who died at the scene as Mr Cardenas, 32, and confirmed a woman in her 20s who was taken to hospital following the collision, remains in a critical condition.
A post mortem at Brent and Harrow Mortuary on December 19 gave the cause of death of Mr Cardenas as "multiple injuries".
His next of kin have been informed of the death.
Flowers left at the scene pay tribute to Mr Cardenas while messages flooded in from the Ecuadorian city of Guayaquil on Facebook.
His aunt, Nelly Junco, described him as a "studious" boy.
The driver, a 33-year-old man, was taken to hospital with minor injuries before he was discharged and arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving, causing serious injury by dangerous driving and drink driving.
He has been bailed to a date in early March.
A male passenger in the car, a Mercedes C Class, fled the scene and was traced before he spoke to the police.
He has not been arrested.
Officers are continuing to appeal for information on the crash and have asked people with any information to contact the Serious Collision Investigation Unit based in Alperton on 020 8991 9555 or the police on 101.
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