EAST HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) -- There have been 42 accidents in 44 months at the same East Haven intersection. It's a four-way intersection that's been talked about for years and nothing has changed.
Now one local couple has re-addressed the issue.
News 8 also asked officials why the issue hasn't been fixed.
It's a good thing Susan Stacey's grandchildren, all under the age of five, enjoy the swing in the backyard. There's no way she's letting them near the front of the home on Forbes Place.
"I've seen people taken away in ambulances, strapped to the board," said Stacey.
Police say there have been 42 accidents in 44 months in the area of Kimberly Avenue and Forbes-Place. Route 1 intersects with Forbes Place and Kimberly runs east to west.
Stacey says people just zip through. News 8 noticed the same thing.
"This intersection, how would you describe it," asked News 8's Erin Logan.
"Confusing," said Chief Brent Larrabee. "It's distracting because your eyes really are attached to the overhead traffic light, taking away from the stop sign."
East Haven Police Chief Brent Larrabee says it's no surprise that Stacey and her husband brought this issue up again.
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