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Residents of Forest Lane in Daytona Beach are urging city officials to reinstall speed bumps that were removed about a year ago due to road work.

The request comes after a hit-and-run accident that injured a two-year-old girl in the area.

Many residents have expressed concern about the safety of children who often play and ride bikes in the street.

The public works department has explained that their process does not automatically reinstall speed bumps, and a request must be made, followed by studies and surveys to determine if they are needed.

However, neighbors on Forest Lane are calling for immediate action to ensure the safety of their community.

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