by Brian Heap (WICHITA, Kan.)
In The Zone returns this month with a stop at a South Wichita school where drivers like to push the speed limit. Harry Street Elementary is located on the corner of Harry St. and S. Market. When Eyewitness News brought the radar gun, we found drivers routinely go 5-10 mph over the limit when the yellow lights are flashing.
The In The Zone crew caught up with Jessica Wasson as she walked her niece to school. Wasson told us drivers don't pay attention to the rules.
"Just people going 40...just acting like it's nothing," she said. "Maybe they don't see cops so they just don't care."
We clocked dozens of drivers going 24-27 mph down Harry Street. In one case, we spotted a Wichita School District van traveling 26 mph.