"This is the worst intersection I've seen around here. [It] seems like people can't judge the speed of the traffic coming and just pull out in front of them. I just don't understand it," resident Tom Titus said.
Due to the number of crashes at the intersection, authorities have added signage and pavement markings in an effort to get motorists to pay closer attention.
"It boils down to you just [have to] stop. You [have to] stop. You cannot beat oncoming traffic," Goetz said.
The victim's identity in Tuesday's accident was not immediately released.