Dangerous crossing getting stoplight

Several times a year, emergency workers get called to one of the most dangerous intersections in the county for yet another serious accident.

Even before they get to the intersection of Smokey Row Road and State Road 135, they know what to expect: a vehicle has been T-boned by another traveling at least 50 mph. In half of the accidents, someone is hurt; and in one in four accidents, they will need to cut someone out of a severely mangled vehicle, Bargersville Fire Chief Jason Ramey said.

By the end of this year, a simple project is expected to make a big difference.

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