TOWSON, Md. — No matter the place you reside, you wish to really feel secure in your house and neighborhood.

Neighbors who dwell on E. Seminary Ave., say drivers are dashing solely an excessive amount of, resulting in crashes and close to misses.

Rae Ann McInnis, who has lived there for greater than 30 years, is offended, afraid and discouraged.

“What can assist reduce the accidents is when you make individuals cease on the intersection,” stated McInnis.

She says for years, drivers all through her neighborhood have put lives and property in danger.

“You can begin up there at 30 miles an hour, take your foot off of the accelerator and inform me what you are going by the point you hit the underside. I’ve hit 50. It’s very troublesome to cease lifeless if someone’s crossing that intersection and also you’re coming across the flip and you are going 50 miles per hour,” stated McInnis.

Earlier this week, that concern reached a fever pitch after somebody worn out her neighbors tree whose entrance yard isn’t any stranger to collisions.

Years in the past, McInnis says she and different neighbors went to their county councilman Wade Kach to voice their considerations. She says as soon as they have been turned away, the neighborhood felt discouraged.

“That’s when the councilman stated, you do notice this a part of East Seminary Avenue [is] a state highway? And I stated first off, no I did not know that. But, I stated what distinction does that make? He stated your powers and your solutions are down in Annapolis. So he did not even wish to take care of it,” stated McInnis.

Accident information information present zero accidents have been reported in her space final yr.

She says there is a discrepancy with what’s reported versus what they see.

“No police report at the moment, which we now have a lot of. So for it to be established, what the intersection wants and does not want, strictly on the energy of police stories is inaccurate,” stated McInnis.

WMAR-2 News reached out to councilman Kach. He’s been unavailable for remark.