Police release identification of woma...

Police release identification of woman killed in overnight crash

There are 1 comment on the WECT-TV Wilmington story from Mar 11, 2013, titled Police release identification of woman killed in overnight crash. In it, WECT-TV Wilmington reports that:

WILMINGTON, NC A young woman was killed late Sunday night after an accident at the intersection of Third and Wooster Streets in Wilmington.

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Greeneville, TN

#1 Mar 16, 2013
Wondering if the local news had thought of investigating this DANGEROUS intersection?
People have been complaining about this ntersection for years. Coming over the bridge you would not know there is going to be a huge intersection unless you know the area well.
Are there CLEARLY visable warning signs on the bridge warning that there is a red light over the hill and to please SLOW DOWN. The speed limit there is 35 mph. Was the other car speeding? And if so, it makes you wonder would this young lady still be alive today even though she went through the red light?
I urge everyone to please press the local news and authorites to investigate this.

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