Kimberly Benton, who has live near the intersection for three and a half years, tells Channel 3 accidents are not uncommon there.
"This is like the third or fourth wreck we've seen, but this is the worst one by far," said Benton. "[It's just] people not paying attention, because you gotta watch out for everybody else when you drive."
Benton said she was cleaning her room, when she and her mom heard the collision that resembled a train colliding.
"Every time we hear that noise we know it's not anything good."
Benton said she hopes the tragic crash reminds drivers to be more cautious, and more aware of the other drivers that share the road.
"Makes you scared really to get back out on the road after seeing something like this," said Benton.