The father of Violet-Grace Youens, who was killed after she was hit by a suspected stolen car in St Helens of Friday, has appealed for a man suspected of being involved to return to the UK to face justice.
In a heartbreaking post on Facebook, Glenn Youens compares his four-year-old daughter to a superhero for donating her organs to others and helping save two live.
Violet-Grace Youens died in hospital in her mother's arms on Saturday after she was struck by a stolen black Ford Fiesta while walking through St Helens, Merseyside, on Friday.
Her grandmother, Angela French, 55, was also injured in the crash and is in a serious but stable condition in hospital.
Aidan McAteer is believed to have fled the country and British police say they want him to return in connection with the child's death.
Yesterday his mother said she felt "numb" after seeing a CCTV image released by police after the crash of her son.
She said she contacted police after seeing the photo: