A memorial is to be erected in Huddersfield at the spot where two teenagers were killed almost a decade ago.
And the grieving mum of one of the youngsters hopes it may bring closure.
Linda Hawker’s son Daniel Atkinson died in the 2006 car crash in Bradley Road, Bradley, along with his friend, Jade Rice.
Now Mrs Hawker - who has fought for legal action against the car driver - is hopeful the memorial in January will help the grieving process.
Daniel and Jade, both 17, were killed when a car in which they were travelling hit a lamp-post on Bradley Road, on January 29, 2006.
An inquest two years later concluded that the pair had been unlawfully killed after it was found that driver, Mohammed Tanwir, had been driving at around 80mph on the 40mph road when he lost control of the vehicle.
But Tanwir, then a live-in carer at a home where Daniel and Jade were living, was never convicted of a driving offence.
Since then Mrs Hawker has waged a long battle to try and get a court case re-opened.
She has lobbied MPs and taken a petition to No 10 for the Prime Minister, as well as working with lawyers.
She said that fight will carry on but in the meantime, she hopes a ceremony to place a memorial bench at the crash site will help.
“We have been liaising with Kirklees Council and have finally got permission to erect a bench at the spot where the car crashed.
“It will be engraved and I hope people will remember Daniel and Jade.
“We really want closure on this after 10 long years.
“It has been a long legal fight and we still hope that goes somewhere, but we just want people to remember Daniel”.