There are growing calls for new road safety measures to be installed outside a school in Bradford after the death of a 51-year-old grandmother.
Mary Byrne died moments after stepping from a taxi outside her home in Mandale Road.
Three people have been bailed by police as inqiries into her death continue.
Meanwhile parents at the school - which is attended by Mary's granddaughter - say speed restrictions must be put in place on the road before someone else dies.
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