Red Hook residents want safer roadways

Residents along Van Brunt Street say that a lack street signs and speeding cars make the area accident prone.The most recent accident came after a

RED HOOK - Residents along Van Brunt Street say that a lack street signs and speeding cars make the area accident prone.

The most recent accident came after a car slammed into a local business, but residents say it is a common occurrence.

Many say that the complaints to the Department of Transportation have been ignored.

"The most disconcerting [part] of it is that no one's listening," Mary Kyle says. "No one's doing anything."

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