WEST HOLLYWOOD (CBSLA.com) — A group of West Hollywood residents held a protest Sunday afternoon demanding safer crosswalks.

Dozens of people gathered at the corner of Hancock and Santa Monica Boulevard, where a man was killed crossing the street last week.

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Residents say four others have been fatally struck by vehicles at crosswalks in the area.

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Neighbors organized a citizens safety campaign and went to the city in February to complain.

They say officials promised to put money towards safer crosswalks but nothing has been done.

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Residents are pushing the city to add lights to the crosswalks and signs that urge drivers to slow down.