The family of two year-old Levi Brailsford from Bristol who died after falling from a car have held a sponsored walk in his memory. Dozens joined the walk to raise awareness of child safety and collect money for a headstone and the air ambulance service. Alexandra Lodge reports.
Levi's family have started an online petition calling for a change in the law. They want child locks to become compulsory. They need one hundred thousand signatures for it to be considered by the government.
Hundreds will take to the streets of Bristol today to raise money in memory of a toddler who died after falling from a moving car
The family of a toddler who died after falling from a moving car say the law needs to be changed to make child locks compulsory.
Levi Brailsford's parents say their grief is being made worse by reports of con artists making money from his death.