Huyton community hold vigil for schoolgirl Lexi McDavid who died after being hit by van
A vigil has been held in Huyton on Merseyside in memory of schoolgirl Lexi McDavid who died after being hit by a van.
Lexi, who was just 12, was killed after being hit by a white Mercedes van as she got off a bus on Princess Drive on Tuesday, 7 June.
Emergency services attended the scene around 3.30pm and Lexi was taken to Alder Hey Children's Hospital and died of her injuries a short time after the collision.
Bouquets of flowers, candles and written tributes have been left at the scene of the crash.
One of the tributes, written on a wooden box filled with white and pink roses said: "Love you baby girl. Miss you so much angel."
People across Merseyside gathered in Huyton village outside the Iceland Supermarket between from 6pm, to honour the schoolgirl's life.
The vigil involved a minutes applause for the 12-year-old, live performances and speeches from Lexi's family.
Event organiser Anthony Goudie said: "This has taken a lot of work to organise and put together to create a special memory for Lexi's family."