Local residents have paid tribute to the four people, including a four-year-old girl, who were killed when a tipper truck lost control on Lansdown Lane on Monday afternoon.
The family of the four-year-old girl Mitzi Rosanna Steady, from Bath, released a short tribute, which said: “Mitzi Rosanna Steady aged four, loved and missed by us all.”
Mitzi died at the scene of the collision in Lansdown Lane. She had been walking with her grandmother, who remains in a critical condition in hospital.
The Moravian Church has offered for floral tributes to be placed next to the memorial tree, which is also part of Weston Free Church.
The Council will be moving the flowers laid near the scene to the tree, which is a suitable area for people to place flowers or see the tributes.
In a statement, B&NES Council said: “Bath & North East Somerset Council would like to send condolences to the families and friends of those who died yesterday.
“We are working to support the school and the local community in dealing with this tragic incident.”
The Council has placed books of condolence in Weston Library and Bath Library as a more permanent way for people to show their respects.
Weston Library will be open Wednesday from 10am to 4pm this week.
Anne Bull, headteacher of Weston All Saints Primary School, said: “On behalf of the school community, I would like to extend our heartfelt condolences to the families and friends of those who died.
“We also send our best wishes to the people that have been injured. This is a truly shocking event that has been deeply felt by the local community.
“We will be supporting any children that need bereavement counselling, as some pupils may have been affected because this accident took place so near to the school.”
The Scania tipper truck lorry carrying aggregate was in collision with two pedestrians and several vehicles in Lansdown Lane, Bath, just after 4pm on Monday.
The lorry overturned onto a Volvo at the bottom of the hill. Three men who were in the car died at the scene from their injuries.
A 59-year-old from Cwmbran has not yet been named. The two others who died were chauffeur Stephen Vaughan, 34, from Swansea and businessman Phil Allen, 52, also from the Swansea area.
Two other people remain in hospital with minor injuries, including the HGV driver.
Chief Inspector Norman Pascal said: “This is a tragic incident in which three men and a young girl have lost their lives and we’re carrying out a full and meticulous investigation to find out what happened.”