The funeral is taking place later of a 4-year-old who died after the car she was travelling in was hit by a train.
Emma Lifsey was airlifted to hospital but died hours after the accident on a level crossing in South Yorkshire. Police are investigating how the car came to be on the tracks.
More than 1400 people have joined a Facebook page paying tribute to a little girl killed on a level crossing. 4-year-old Emma Lifsey died after the car she was in was hit by a train on a level crossing near Finningley, South Yorkshire.
Police investigating the crash between a train and a car on the Yorkshire-Nottinghamshire border, which killed a young girl, are appealing for a tractor driver to come forward.
Officers believe the driver was close to the crossing in Misson Springs near Finningley just before the accident on Tuesday afternoon. Detectives say he could hold vital information which may assist the investigation.
4-year-old Emma Lifsey, who was travelling in the car, died from her injuries - and her grandmother was also hurt. Everyone on the train escaped unharmed.
There are calls for an urgent inquiry into the safety of the region's level crossings after a little girl involved in train collision died from her injuries.
4-year-old Emma Lifesy had been airlifted to hospital after the car she was travelling in was hit by a train on an isolated crossing near to Doncaster.
As her local community reacted with shock to news of Emma's death, investigations have continued into how the accident happened. Michael Billington reports.