FAMILY and friends of a woman who was killed on one of the city’s busiest roads have launched a campaign for the area to be made safer.
Mum-of-two Sandra Bullock died after being hit by a motorbike on Longmoor Lane, Fazakerley, on August 25.
The 22-year-old motorbike rider, from Croxteth, was also seriously injured but arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.
Residents in the area yesterday flocked to a public meeting with neighbourhood Sergeant Mark Renshaw and demanded police take action against those riding bikes dangerously on the road.
Among those packed into Fazakerley Federation Hall were Sandra’s sister, Libby Bullock.
She said: “People in this area have been complaining to the police about the way motorbikes are ridden around here for years. It’s such a shame that it’s taken the death of our Sandra for something to be done about it.
“She was just coming back from the shops when it happened and was crossing the road to go home.
“She had fruit and bread in her shopping bag.