Campaigners are demanding action after another crash at a notorious cross roads in Leeds.
Residents and councillors have spent the last two decades calling for road safety improvements on Bayton Lane, in Horsforth.
Their latest cry for help comes following a three vehicle smash on the crossroads of Bayton Lane and Brownberrie Lane.
They fear someone could be killed if safety improvements are not carried out.
Councillor Brian Cleasby (lib Dem, Horsforth) said: “The dangers of the junction have been a constant theme of local residents concerns.
“Visibility is low at the junction and signs are covered due to overgrown foliage. The council needs to take more positive action to prevent any further accidents.
“The high volume of incidents in the area has resulted in numerous road closures here, which affects residents and demands the time and resources of emergency services, which could be more effectively put to better use.”
The YEP revealed campaigners’ fears that someone could be killed if the 60mph speed limit on Bayton Lane remains unchanged.
There have already been a string of accidents along Bayton Lane despite work to improve safety at the junction with Brownberrie Lane three years ago.
Coun Chris Townsley (Lib Dem, Horsforth) added: “The problem is that we are waiting for the proverbial death to occur before anything is done.
“We should be going by the fact that there are so many accidents. Do we really want to wait for a death?
“We need to protect that junction as much as we can.”
PC Conal Hills was killed on Bayton Lane when he was hurled from his car during a high-speed chase in 2006.
The officer, who was not wearing a seatbelt, lost control and the car spun, hit a wall and rolled over.