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Mum calls for speed reduction

NOT AGAIN: Zoe Hall, with 11 year-old daughter Alika Hall, said the speed zone on Beach Road across from Casey’s beach should be reduced to 50 kilometers per hour. A BATEHAVEN mum whose car was struck twice inthree monthssays it is lucky it was her car and not her children.
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Mother of two Zoe Hall has had her car written off while it was parked out the front of her Beach Road property, across from Caseys Beach, twice in three months.

On Thursday afternoon, Ms Hall was at home with her children, 11 and three, when she heard a bang at 7pm.

“I came out the front and saw that my car had been hit,” she said.

“I was in shock and thought ‘not again’.”

A black BMW is believed to have lost control in the wet weather, causing it to crash into two stationary cars.

Ms Hall said there were four people in the BMW but three “fled the scene”.

“It was heading down the hill towards Sunshine Bay,” she said.

Ms Hallhad only purchased the the a matter of daysbefore it was hit.

She said in thefirst accidentthree months ago acar come over the gutter and onto her lawn where her car was parked.

“I have two children who play out the front,” Ms Hall said.

“If they had of been on the lawn playing or if someone had have been walking along the path it would have been terrible.”

Ms Hall said it was because people drove along the stretch of road too quickly inwet weather.

“It was wet both times it happened,” she said.

“The corner is definitely dangerous in the wet and people drive around it too fast.”

On Friday, Ms Hall was still in shock over the accident but said she thought the current 60-kilometre speed zone at the front of her house should be put down to 50km/h.

“In the wet 60 kilometres is too fast,” she said.

Ms Hall said there was a “slippery when wet” sign at the bottom of the hill heading from Caseys Beach to Batehaven but there was not one at the top, heading down the hill.

“There really needs to be one at the top,” she said.

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