THE father and brothers of a five-year-old girl watched in horror as she was killed in a road accident outside her school.
Loloah Jamjoom was involved in a collision with a BMW car at the junction of Trinity Way and Bromyard Avenue, Acton, on Monday afternoon.
An air ambulance and police arrived at the King Fahad Academy at 4.35pm and Loloah was taken to St Mary's Hospital, but died from her injuries.
Les Taylor, who was in the allotment field just opposite the accident said he heard the sirens and saw the panic of the people crowding around.
Mr Taylor said: "As I came closer I could see the little girl lying under the front wheel of the car.
"I heard someone shouting 'get it up' over and over again. Cristie Cleveland, of Glendun Road, said she heard a lot of commotion and saw the helicopter land on Trinity Open Space and knew something serious had happened.
Mrs Cleveland said: "I could hear all this screaming and wailing before the emergency services started to arrive.
"All the children and parents were coming out from the school and after a few minutes, they realised what happened.
"So many people were breaking into tears. It's such a tragedy and every parent's nightmare."
The staff and students of King Fahad Academy have been praying for the bereaved family and a special assembly was held on Tuesday. Prayers were also said in Regents Park Mosque on Thursday.
A statement issued by the school read: "The staff and students are devastated by this tragedy.
"Loloah was a delightful little girl who had been attending KFA since September last year.
"She was a good student and had made lots of friends and we will miss her very much."
The school said they have arranged counselling sessions at St Mary's Hospital for the staff and pupils and will now take action to prevent further accidents.
A spokesman said the school has been looking into installing crossing points on Bromyard Avenue and East Acton Lane as well as putting up signs telling drivers to slow down as they approach the school.
Julia Hunt, chair of the Bromyard Avenue Residents' Association said people were very upset and had, on numerous occasions, asked for a proper crossing point outside the school.
Councillor Jim Randall, representing the East Acton ward, said: "There is more than enough money available and, as The Park Club has been granted planning permission to do works including putting an access road across the allotments and putting another entrance nearly opposite the school, traffic will be significantly increased and could be more dangerous for children and we need to ensure the safety of the children."
Police continue to appeal for witnesses and anyone with information should call the Collision Investigation Unit at Alperton on 020 8998 5319.