Plans unveiled to make RHAM parking lot safer after tragedy


HEBRON, Conn. (WTNH)–Plans are being unveiled to make a parking lot safer at RHAM High School in Hebron, after a teacher was struck and killed there.

65-year-old Dawn Mallory was hit back in March at RHAM, and died about two weeks later.

With the clock counting down, and just a few weeks left before school starts, a committee is trying to get everything done in a timely matter. School officials and the public have been thinking about ways to make sure nothing tragic or dangerous happens again in the parking lot.

News 8’s Erin Logan has much more.

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