Ala. students seek speed-limit change after tragic car wreck

05/12/2013 | WAAY-TV (Huntsville, Ala.)

Students from several schools in Lawrence County, Ala., have united to support each other and to seek legislative support to lower the speed limit near the site of a car wreck that killed a high-school student and critically injured her younger sister. Students from Hatton Middle School, Hatton High School and R.A. Hubbard High School have started petitions and are writing letters and e-mails to state legislators, one of whom has said he will talk with the Alabama Department of Transportation about possible safety improvements for the intersection of the crash.

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