RALEIGH, N.C. — Advocates for highway and auto safety are urging Congress to speed up a bill to curb deadly accidents. Among other things, the group wants lawmakers to get hazardous debris off the roads.
The mother of a local woman who died trying to avoid hazardous debris testified at Monday's hearing, as did a friend of the woman.
In March, 22-year-old Lauren Braddy died on Interstate 95 in Central Florida. She swerved to avoid a scrap of tire tread in the road.
The car flipped, killing her, a friend, and injuring two others.