Public meeting held over death of 3 year old in Luton

A three-year-old girl has died after being hit by a bus in Luton

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Public meeting discusses death of 3 year old girl

The family of a little girl who was knocked down and killed by a bus in Luton say they feel let down by the council and police.

3 year old Mayah Shazad died last month in Bury Park and last night members of the community came together to express their concerns over road safety and police officers handling of the accident.

Click below to watch our report from Kate Prout.

Public meeting held after 3 year old dies in Luton

The family of a little girl who was killed after she was run over by a bus in Luton are claiming they've been let down by the police and council.

Mayah Shazad Credit: Mayah's family

3 year old Mayah Shazad died last month after she collided with the Arriva vehicle on the A505 Dunstable Road in Bury Park.

The meeting in Luton Credit: ITV Anglia

An investigation into her death is continuing but a public meeting has been held to hear community concerns over the safety of the road layout and the police response after the accident.

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Funeral held for girl, 3, hit by bus in Luton

Hundreds turn out for funeral of three-year-old who died after being hit by bus.

Hundreds of mourners have turned out for the funeral of a three-year-old girl who died after being hit by a bus in Luton.

Mayah Alleyah Shazad was killed after being struck by the bus in the Bury Park area of the town on Friday.

The road was closed for more than four hours whilst police investigated the scene.

Tributes to three-year-old girl hit by bus in Luton

Flowers left for girl who died in bus crash.

The funeral of a three-year-old girl who died after being hit by a bus in Luton takes place this afternoon.

Mayah Alleyah Shazad was hit by a bus at Bury Park in Luton on Friday. The road was closed for more than four hours and floral tributes were left at the scene.

Among the tributes, one describing her as, "a little angel". An investigation by Bedfordshire Police is underway.

“Like everyone else we are deeply shocked and saddened by the heart-breaking incident in Bury Park on Friday. Our thoughts and deepest condolences are with the girl’s family and everyone else affected by this tragic accident.

“We are continuing to support the police who are carrying out a thorough investigation to clarify exactly what has happened. It would be inappropriate to make any further comment until this has concluded.”

– Council spokesperson
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