AURORA - Engineers have determined that the intersection where two little boys were killed this year needs a stop light.
It's one of several changes recommended at East 14th Avenue and Yosemite Street. That is where Zama Bee's two sons were hit and killed as the family crossed the street in March 2013. They were not in the crosswalk.
On Wednesday, work began to refresh crosswalk markings. They are also installing larger stop signs and moving around speed-limit signs.
The stop light won't come until 2014.
Denver Public Works did the study in cooperation with the City of Aurora. The intersection falls on the border between the two cities: Denver and Aurora.
The person responsible for the hit-and-run deaths still has not been captured.
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