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>> Somebody's gonna die.>> A deadly warning in Los Angeles.>> It's like a mini 405 between 3:30 to 7 o'clock at night, every single night.>> And residents of Baxter Street in Echo Park are fuming. They say the drivers being sent down their street by the GPS app Waze, are completely unprepared for the dangerous slope.
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Baxter Street is one of the steepest in the country.>> And when you get to the top, you can't see over, and people panicked and they stop. And they try to do a U-turn, a back-up.>> Cars literally flipped upside down.>> She lost control of the car and ended up rolling over to driveways.
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>> They took out my trellis, my retaining wall, my picket fence, landed in my bougainvillea and it looked like a plane crashed in my front yard.>> Local authorities are getting an earful.>> Screeching, and honking, and sirens, and insanity all the time.>> But it's a public road which the app says should be usable with in Waze.