To the editor:
Five weeks ago, I was in a bad car accident in which someone went through a stop sign in plain view. I ended up in intensive care in a Boston hospital. My passenger was in another hospital.
This was at the intersection of Allston and Woodland streets in Lawrence. There are many accidents there. Why doesn’t the city paint “Stop” on the street so drivers can see it or put up traffic lights? Are they waiting for someone to get killed? People just fly through the stop signs as if they are invisible.
There are a lot of bad drivers who shouldn’t have a license.
Carol A. St. Hilaire