Residents concerned about area intersection following fatal pedestrian crash

Dayton residents are concerned about the intersection of Wayne and Clover following the death of a woman struck by a vehicle in that area.

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Jennifer Johnson, 44, was hit and killed on Wayne Avenue in Dayton on Wednesday morning.

The accident occured only a few blocks away from where she lived.

As Dayton police continue to investigate the cause of the crash, residents are calling on city officials to come up with a solution.

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“It’s really not the pedestrians fault for doing what they’re supposed to do you know, waiting for the stop light and the lights to change. It’s the city’s problem,” Andre Diggs told News Center 7.

The incident occurred just across the street from Ghostlight Coffee on Wayne Avenue.

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The owner of Ghostlight has been in contact with the city about concerns they have at that intersection.

Ghostlight stated in a social media post that they look forward to continuing the conversation, attending future city council meetings and working together to improve the city.