BROWNSBURG — Neighbors in Brownsburg say they are tired of deadly crashes at an intersection they call dangerous.
Last week, 16-year-old Josie Cranfill was killed in a crash at State Road 267 and County Road 1000 North.
The Indiana Department of Transportation says they plan to install a traffic light at the intersection. But, until the stoplight goes up, neighbors are doing what they can to warn drivers — and you can't miss it.
The large sign has a simple message: "Slow Down Stop Ahead."
INDOT says the work to install the new stoplight could take more than a year.