Mother Is Asking For Changes Near An Intersection

By: Jeff Allen Email
By: Jeff Allen Email

A mother loses her son after a deadly car crash and now she's calling for changes at the intersection where her son was hit by a driver police say ran a red light.

The accident happened last March at the busy intersection of 25E and 830, near Lynn Camp High School.

Police say 18-year-old Bret Sizemore was crossing 25E when his car was t-boned by 76- year-old Edward Saylor, who police say ran a red light.

Saylor doesn't face any charges at this time.

Bret Sizemore's mother, Alda Johnson, is calling for changes at the intersection.

“He's a good boy and he's gone. No parent should ever have to bury their child because of an intersection,” Johnson said.

Alda Johnson is calling for many things including more traffic markers and lights.

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