TBS Today, Nov. 14

Two Berkeley mothers are calling for stepped-up traffic safety measures after their son was struck by a hit-and-run driver on Halloween night.

In a Change.org petition they posted last week, Shannon Mitchell and Alicia Schmidt urged the city to add stop signs, speed bumps and brightly marked crosswalks at key intersections in their Berkeley neighborhood.

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Berkeley moms demand action after Halloween hit-and-run
“Our family, and the other parents and children that were trick or treating with us that night, will never forget the horror,” one mother wrote.

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