John Connolly

Baxter St. resident

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John Connolly on KCRW

Baxter Street is one of the steepest roads in LA. It was originally designed for goats -- not cars. But a lot of cars have been making their way up and down there.

Crashes and confusion on one of LA's steepest streets

Baxter Street is one of the steepest roads in LA. It was originally designed for goats -- not cars. But a lot of cars have been making their way up and down there.

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