(WICHITA, Kan.) — Tonya Lumbreras doesn't have to go further than her front porch to see some action.
"We have a lot of problems with people racing down the street, going down the street the wrong way. They hit upwards of 40 to 50 miles per hour daily," says Tonya Lumbreras.
And after six years living in the 1400 Block of N. St. Francis, Tonya says street racing on her block isn't getting any better.
But Saturday's accident, just feet from her front steps, is the worst she's seen.
"I'm hoping that maybe it will help people see that this is just not a game," says Lumbreras.
The accident happened late Saturday afternoon.
Wichita police say two 17-year-olds were racing another car when the driver veered off the road, crashing into a tree at a high speed.
Tonya wasn't home but drove up as the boys were being taken away.
"We sit and play in the front yard and thank god we weren't here because we did have debris in our yard, it would have hit one of my kids," says Lumbreras.
Her grandkids are Tonya's biggest concern.
She says she and neighbors have started yelling at speeding cars.
One of the reasons Tonya says people race down N. St. Francis is because there aren't any stop signs for four blocks, from 17th Street all the way to 13th Street.
Tonya says she would like to see more police presence and speed bumps on the street.
She believes it's the only thing that will slow drivers down.
One teen in the car has been upgraded to good condition, the other remains in critical condition with head injuries.
Wichita police are still investigating the crash, they say charges may be filed against the driver.