A Turvey Park resident has voiced concerns over the council's supposed nonchalance towards a crash 'hot spot'.
The woman, who wished to remain anonymous, said so far this year she had witnessed five accidents at the intersection of Urana and Trevor streets.
"In the latest crash, there was a car travelling along Urana Street heading towards the Botanic Gardens and a car has come from the Passion hair intersection coming towards the hospital," she said.
"It's clearly had the vehicle travelling along Urana street in its blind spot and come out, collecting the car and both came towards our house at a decent speed, one completely cracking our brick fence."
The woman said she tried to raise the issue with Wagga City Council, only to be told nothing would be done due to a single crash being reported, not the five she believed had occurred.
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"The Councillor was rude, he basically spoke to me like I had no idea how the world worked and that one crash In 2013 just simply doesn't warrant $2.3 million to fix it," she said.
"I've actually spoken to the council about it on several occasions, and received a phone call back late last week after waiting close to a month from crash number four where the victim had to be brought into my house and an ambulance called.
"I've made ambulance calls for several, and we still have a heap of glass and a hub cap in our front yard."
With concerns for her children's safety and damage to the home, the woman said there was another concern looming over their heads.
"The thing that scares us most is someone dying out the front of our house," she said.
"The speed limit is 50km/hr but colliding in a T bar situation on the drivers side would be quite damaging."
Wagga City Council's Manager of Technical and Strategy, Peter Ross, said the council were constantly reviewing RMS traffic accident data to be aware of 'black spot' intersections.
"From 2013 to 2016, it was noticed that 5 traffic accidents had occurred at the intersection of Urana St and Trevor and Heath Streets," he said.
"This indicated that the site should to be investigated to determine if a possible traffic issue existed."
The RMS confirmed this data, suggesting five crashes were recorded between 2013-2017 within 10 metres of the intersection, resulting in four people being injured, including one person seriously injured.
The RMS also stated that no crashes had been recorded during 2018 (preliminary data) or so far in 2019 at the same location (as at 15/8/19).
This data reports on crashes reported to Police and in which at least one person was killed or injured or at least one motor vehicle was towed away.
Mr Ross said steps were taken though to improve road safety.
"A design for a preferred solution was undertaken, and in late 2016 to early 2017, traffic islands were constructed within Trevor St and Heath St at the intersection of Urana St," he said.
However, the woman said the islands "weren't enough", making it difficult to see when pulling out of laneways.
"They need a roundabout here to solve the issues," she said.
"I am told by the same Councillor though that roundabouts actually cause 'more accidents' so I am very concerned then as to why they would put new ones out at North Wagga and around the majority of town knowing that so called fact."
She said it was as if "the council are waiting for someone to die there".
"The way [the Councillor] spoke to me was like money comes first," she said.
"I was absolutely disgusted. Where are our rates going?"
Mr Ross said the council are performing "ongoing monitoring of the intersection via RMS traffic accident data" to determine if further action is required.