LITTLE Olivia Feasey had just enjoyed a family day at the park before she was knocked down and killed in Brighouse.
The two-year-old was with her dad Mark, who was seriously injured, mum Hayley and baby brother Addison at the time of the tragedy.
The family, from Bailiff Bridge, were leaving Wellholme Park on Sunday lunchtime with their pet dog when the accident happened.
Brighouse councillors say they will now look at how road safety measures can be improved along Bradford Road.
Mr Feasey, 33, remains at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary where he is being comforted by his family. Mrs Feasey and five month-old Addison escaped unhurt.
Witnesses said the little girl. known as Livvy, wandered a few feet away and as her dad scooped her up they were knocked down.
The family were returning to their 4x4 vehicle when Mr Feasey gathered Livvy into his arms. But they were then hit by a VW Passat which was travelling along Bradford Road towards Brighouse.
The driver of the Passat, a 46-year-old Halifax man, suffered cuts to his hands.
Floral tributes and Teddy bears left by family and friends now line the pavement alongside Wellholme Park.
Brighouse councillor Colin Stout said they would wait for a police report before calling a meeting on what road safety improvements could be made.
Clr Stout said: “It is very, very sad indeed for the little girl and her family and our thoughts go out to her family.
“No tragedy is worse than losing a loved one, not least a child.
“As a council we will look to see if there is anything we can do to improve safety on that part of Bradford Road.
“The park is becoming more and more popular because of all the attractions there which is why parking can be a problem.
“It could be we look at putting better signs to the car park on Thornhills Beck Lane so people will not park on the road and have to cross it. Yellow lines along Bradford Road is another idea.
“But whatever we do it will be done in consultation with residents in the hope that nothing like this ever happens again.”