This case involves several deaths that occurred at the intersection of two poorly-lit county roads in Utah over the course of three years. Both roads had speed limits of 60 mph but the intersection was only a 2-way stop. The most recent accident was a side-impact collision that killed two small children. It was suspected that motorists tended to approach the intersection too fast to make note of the stop signs. County residents had suggested implementing a 4-way stop or introducing rumble strips. These suggestions were brought up by numerous residents on various occasions and in public forums, such as town hall meetings and social media pages. An expert in roadway design was sought to address the hazards of the intersection and opine on possible changes to make the area safer.