It's been an issue for quiet some time and has caused accidents and even deaths. Now residents say "enough is enough"-- and something has to be done. One neighbor showed us photos of children walking to school, dodging speeding cars up the dangerous bridge.
Not to mention the high number of accidents that have transpired, along with the three deaths that have happened. Norman Williams has been living in front of the hazardous highway for 12 years, and can't bear to see what will happen next if the problem isn't resolved
Williams says, "It just doesn't make sense, something needs to be done about this. It seems like nobody cares."
Since 2005, the bridge has been a high priority for the city, but nothing has been done to fix the problem. ABC 33/40 is still waiting for Andre Bittas with Planning and Engineering with the city to return our calls.