News 12 gets results with exclusive report about dangerous drivers

The town also installed a new speedometer sign. Information from that device will be used to track driver behavior.

Kevin Vesey

Jan 4, 2024, 3:14 AM

Updated 173 days ago

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A Dix Hills neighborhood is finally getting some help, following an exclusive News 12 report about drivers running stop signs.
Suffolk police were seen pulling vehicles over at the corner of Clarendon Street and Prescott Avenue. Residents say police have been at the intersection every day since the story first aired last Wednesday.
News 12 exposed drivers running through the stop sign last week with little regard for safety.
Huntington Town officials installed a second stop sign on the left-hand side of the street after the report aired. When drivers approach the intersection, they now see two stop signs.
The town also installed a new speedometer sign. Information from that device will be used to track driver behavior.
Town officials say the improvements had been planned prior to the News 12 report.


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