CHARLOTTE, N.C. - A Charlotte mother and her son who was injured in a car accident asked the
City Council for changes at that intersection.
Former Myers Park
student Thomas Crain was hit broadside making the left turn from Castleton Road , onto North Sharon Amity.
Crain spent 76 days in the hospital and still deals with the effects of a traumatic brain injury.
Crain's mother talked about the day she got the call about her son, just six months after another person was hurt in the same area, but the Charlotte transportation
director said that area only has one or two injury accident s per year, which is not an unusual number.
He said they have added warning signs to the road, and council members discussed adding more.
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