A man has been sentenced to six years and eight months in prison for killing an 11-year-old boy by dangerous driving.
Taylor Schofield was hit by the car of Michael Robinson, 31, last month. He later died from his injuries.
Greater Manchester Police said the driver had fled the scene.
Sentencing, the judge said that the prison term “is not intended to reflect the value of the young life that was so tragically lost”.
Robinson, of Toft Lane, Manchester, had earlier pled guilty to causing death by dangerous driving. He has already been banned from the road three times.
On his release, he will be disqualified from driving for 7 years.
Last month Taylor's family paid tribute to him, saying: