Family, friends of group hit by car calling for action to stop speeding

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ALLEGHENY CO., Pa. — Friends and family of three people who were hit by a car last weekend in Allegheny County are now calling for change.

Kelly Bundridge, her father, Sonny, and his friend were seriously injured Saturday when a car came around the bend and hit them on Noblestown Road. All three of them had gotten out of their vehicle because it broke down.

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They were taking a look at the car when the other vehicle collided with them.

Kelly Bundridge, 37, lost her legs because of the crash, and her 70-year-old father is still in a coma.

People who know the victims told Channel 11 that stretch of Noblestown Road is very dangerous because people constantly drive above the speed limit, sometimes doubling it.

They hope Saturday’s tragic accident encourages local officials to make a change, such as installing speed humps to reduce speeding.

Pending the outcome of an investigation, police said they will consult with the district attorney’s office to determine if charges will be filed against the woman who caused the crash.

A GoFundMe campaign has been set up to help the victims. Click here for info.

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