Campaigners have forced Sheffield Council to have a public debate on road safety measures - after the death of a schoolgirl earlier this month. 14 year old Jasmyn Chan was knocked down and killed on Normanton Hill two weeks ago.
A 32 year old man was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and failing to stop at the scene but has now been bailed. Sandra Bradley who lives on Normanton Hill has now collected more than five thousand names on a petition, triggering a council debate.
The parents of Jasmyn Chan, who was killed in a hit and run accident at Normanton Hill, Intake, Sheffield on Friday night have delivered a heartbreaking appeal urging driver to give himself up.
Reading from a statement Jasmyn's dad Peter Chan said: "Our family is desperate for answers. Jasmyn was beautiful inside and out. We are all heartbroken and I don't know how we'll ever get over losing her. She was a loving, friendly girl"