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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

Some residents are voicing their concerns about how students are crossing the streets.

Resident's say in some parts of the city, they've seen kids darting out in front of traffic on their way to school, not looking both ways and even looking at their cell phones rather than being alert.

It's something that's top of mind for many parents right now in Montgomery.  
Today is two weeks to the day that a Lee High School student was killed after attempting to cross a busy intersection on a school field trip.

One resident from the Federal drive area told WSFA 12 News she fears students are going to get hurt if something doesn't change.

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