Kettering releases most dangerous intersections in city

Kettering has released data that shows that 119 crashes happened at the city’s five most dangerous intersections.

“A lot of these crashes are assured clear distance, which is when someone runs into the back of another vehicle,” said Kettering police Officer John Jung.  “Some of those are related to someone not having their eyes on the road, whether it be the radio or cell phone.”

FIVE MOST DANGEROUS INTERSECTIONS IN KETTERING

  • Dorothy Lane and Woodman Drive
  • Dorothy Lane and Wilmington Pike
  • Dorothy Lane and Shroyer Road
  • Far Hills Avenue and Stroop Road
  • Stroop Road and Wilmington Pike

Police said they intend to increase their patrols in these areas.

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