Jo-Anne Murdaugh of Burton stands in her front  yard on Tuesday afternoon and points out the damage caused by a vehicle that destroyed her pool and nearly crashed into her home  after jumping her metal fence early Saturday morning.  This is  the fifth time a car has crashed in her front yard this year, and  Murdaugh attributes the accidents to drivers not slowing down enough  while taking the curve in front of her home.
Jo-Anne Murdaugh of Burton stands in her front yard on Tuesday afternoon and points out the damage caused by a vehicle that destroyed her pool and nearly crashed into her home after jumping her metal fence early Saturday morning. This is the fifth time a car has crashed in her front yard this year, and Murdaugh attributes the accidents to drivers not slowing down enough while taking the curve in front of her home. Staff photo
Jo-Anne Murdaugh of Burton stands in her front yard on Tuesday afternoon and points out the damage caused by a vehicle that destroyed her pool and nearly crashed into her home after jumping her metal fence early Saturday morning. This is the fifth time a car has crashed in her front yard this year, and Murdaugh attributes the accidents to drivers not slowing down enough while taking the curve in front of her home. Staff photo

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June 18, 2013 8:14 PM

Life on a curve: Burton woman fed up with years of car crashes in her yard

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