Campaigners are calling for a second speed camera to be installed on Sealand Road because they fear it is only a matter of time before another motorist is killed there.
Businessman Adam Dandy and councillors Christine Jones and David Wisinger want something to be done about the busy A548, a main link road between Chester and Flintshire.
Two men were killed there in separate crashes just days apart in 2010 and between then and 2014 there were four other serious collisions and nine minor smashes recorded on the Flintshire stretch of the road, according to the website Crash Maps.
In March last year Flintshire County Council reduced the speed limit on the road from 60mph to 50mph.
The council says three of the serious classified accidents involved right turning vehicles at the junction of Seahill Road which have since been addressed via the recent Welsh Government funded traffic signal upgrade.
Cllr Jones said: “It is getting ridiculous. We campaigned to get the speed limit reduced which was great but most have not taken heed. They just fly down the road like a bat out of hell.
“It cannot stay this way. We have got to try and get something done as I cannot live with any more deaths on my conscience.”
Cllr Wisinger also told of concerns that mud on the road may be causing accidents and just last week was forced to call Flintshire County Council to clean the road.
Mr Dandy, owner of Dandy’s Topsoil on the Chester stretch of the road, said: “What people don’t realise is that the road is not straight, it’s a very long sweeping bend which is at its worst point between The Elms Hotel and Dandy’s.
“The road is unlit and has very high curbs on each side with a slight dip in the road.”
He added: “We cannot and will not sit back and watch another family lose one of their loved ones to this stretch of road anymore without every attempt possible to make this stretch of road safer.
“Another fatality would be inexcusable if nothing is done to help prevent it by our local authorities.
“But my fear is that if they don’t hurry it could be too late for yet another family.”
Cllr Bernie Attridge, cabinet member for environment, said they will ‘look at options’ to make the road safer.
He said: “A speed camera is in place near the border with West Cheshire and Chester and Flintshire County Council have undertaken a speed limit review of the road which resulted in the speed limit being reduced from 60mph to 50mph.
“The council is undertaking further site studies and will be meeting with the speed enforcement organisation to look at options to enhance the traffic speed monitoring and enforcement arrangements on the road.”
The only speed camera currently on Sealand Road is on the Chester side of the border, close to the junction with Western Avenue.