Multiple fences down after drivers speed through turn
Aug 22, 2022, 8:00 AM
CENTERVILLE, Utah – – Families in Centerville said they’ve had cars crash in their yards multiple times after drivers take a turn too quickly without stopping, crashing through their fences.
Some drivers are said to take the turn at speeds of 60 mph, posing serious danger.
One family said they heard a crash but by the time they got outside, the car that caused the noise was gone. Julianne Zollinger tells KSL-TV the worst part of the car crashing through their fence is that it’s happened before.
Zollinger wants the city to install more signage, street lights, and barriers because city ordinances prevent her and her husband from doing more, even from building a taller retaining wall.
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