The parents of a two year-old boy who died after falling from a moving car are calling for a change in the law to make child locks compulsory.
Levi Brailsford who was two years-old, was being driven through Bristol by a relative when he managed to open the car door and fell into the road.
His parents say only one child lock was activated at the time and are urging other parents to make sure both doors are securely locked if a child is travelling in the car.
They've started an online petition calling for a change in the law.
Levi died after falling from a car being driven along Holloway Road in Stockwood in Bristol on May 11th. As the car turned onto Stockwood lane, he fell and was hit by the car. He was flown to hospital suffering from head injuries but attempts to resuscitate him were unsuccessful.
Tomorrow (Saturday 23rd June) hundreds of people are expected to take part in a sponsored walk though Bristol. They're hoping to raise money for the air ambulance service and for a headstone for Levi's grave.
The walk will start at the bandstand in Castle Park at 11am on Saturday. The route takes in the city centre and Temple Meads station before finishing in Stockwood at the Concorde Pub.
The pub will also be the venue for another fundraising event held in Levi's memory. On July 21st an auction will be held, with all proceeds going to the air ambulance service.
Anyone wanting to donate money to Levi's fund, or prizes for the auction can email email@example.com.