Down in Ruskin on the quiet country roads, speed kills.
"You don't just have a fender bender, you have fatalities," said Aaron Cook, a father of two who has had enough of cars speeding passed his front door.
"A friend of ours lost their son, daughter , son in law.. all at the same time," Cook said.
He watched his neighbors die in his front yard.
"They got T-boned and wrapped around a telephone pole," Cook said. "There were three people in it and all three of them passed away on the scene.
"These are some of the names here," Cook said, referencing a nearby sign with three names.
"We've had about 10 to 12 deaths in the process of about 10 years," Cook said. " My son has been a witness to four."
Cook said the two-way stop signs are a dead end.
"If we can get like a four-way stop then definitely save our kids," Cook said.
Until then, he is planting trees to keep a car from crashing through his daughters's bedroom.