LACKAWANNA, N.Y. (WIVB) - Lackawanna residents living at a senior living facility on Melroy Avenue were facing a dangerous situation when they crossed the street.
But now, after two Call 4 Action stories, the danger caused by a raised median and no designated crosswalk is no more.
Bernadette Harlan of Delta Development said, "The median has been leveled to allow for positive water flow and the crosswalk is in. The city inspected that yesterday everything is a go - with regard to that."
Crews say stakes are also in place for signs letting people know about the new crosswalk.
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