Michael Pringle, whose son Clinton was hit and killed by a van in Tunnell Street while on holiday in the Island, said that he and others would not give up the fight to see changes made to the roads surrounding the Millennium Town Park.
The Glaswegian, who was in Athens when his son was fatally injured, said: ‘The signage is just non-existent. I don’t think we will see anything changed until the police investigation is complete, and the parish St Helier is keeping quiet. But we would like to think that they are considering some sort of signage, or even closing the road to traffic altogether.’
A 38-year-old woman, arrested in connection with driving offences following the incident, remains on police bail.