The death of an 11-year-old Folsom boy hit by a car while riding his bike has motivated his neighbors to do something about the intersection where the crash happened.
"As soon as they get on that road, they want to take off," Sue Jas said.
Jas said even before Monday's deadly crash, she felt the intersection of East Natoma and Cameron was dangerous. It has no crosswalk, no stop sign or traffic light for those looking to cross the street.
"During the school day, people drive so fast," Leon Wu said. "I can say they easily drive 50, 60 miles per hour."