Pedestrians want cars on Zerega Avenue to slow down

THE BRONX - Pedestrians are calling for speeding on Zerega Avenue to be addressed after a sanitation worker was killed while trying to cross the street yesterday.

Local residents say because they live in an industrial area, drivers feel free to consistently go over the speed limit.

Pedestrians also say that drivers sometimes park at a 90-degree angle, making it difficult to see when a car is approaching.

Sanitation worker hit, killed by car in the Bronx

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