ATHENS, Ala. (AP) - State troopers say a three-car wreck left
four people injured at an intersection near a new school site near
Athens where education officials have been trying to get a traffic
The Friday pileup happened around 8:35 a.m.
The News-Courier reported that Limestone County Schools
Superintendent Barry Carroll has been trying to get the Alabama
Department of Transportation to put in a light at the intersection
of at U.S. 72 and Hardy Road.
ALDOT director Joe McInnes initially rejected Carroll's request.
But after a fatal wreck at the intersection, McInnes told Caroll he
The traffic count on 72 doesn't meet federal guidelines for a
stop light, but ALDOT is allowed to make exceptions.
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