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Kirkwood neighborhood hopes speeders take heed before someone gets hurt

KIRKWOOD, Mo. - Speeding along Lindeman Rd. near Dougherty Ferry Rd. has neighbors concerned.

A mailbox, power pole, and driveway lamp were all knocked over. Then a car going too fast down Lindeman lost control and went off the road.

Neighbors said this small stretch of Lindemen seems to be the most accident prone, and they have a theory why. They said there was a dip in the road right over that hill and people going too fast easily lose control.

People run and walk their dogs along this road. Neighbors want everyone to slow down before something worse than a mailbox gets hit.

Police said they do not have more accidents along that stretch of road compared to other areas, but drivers do need to slow down.