She's worried cars are driving too fast down her street, which is a residential street and cars should only be going 30 MPH.
She says she has noticed the traffic, and speed, pick up, after Milwaukee Avenue closed starting at 94th Street.
Setzler says she no longer lets her kids play out front as she worries for their safety.
After having neighbor's sign a petition to get a speed limit sign and nothing happening, Setzler says she's frustrated. "Helpless, very helpless, I mean if we do what they tell us to do to get a change, and it doesn't bring any change, than whats the point?," said Setzler.
Lynn O'Connor lives next door to Setzler, and has been concerned for the more than three years he's lived there. "The street narrows and it funnels into this area that hasn't been widened yet, and that's up to the developer," said O'Connor.
Setzler and other neighbors have reached out to City Council, LPD, and Traffic Engineering asking for help, but so far no signs with posted speed limits have been put up. Setzler said the accident last week, where no one was injured, was an eye opener to her that something needs to be done.
"This is my district and I am concerned," said Mayor Pro Tem Karen Gibson. She has been working with the residents, and understands their concerns.
"They do come flying through here, yes, but the problems is you've got that jog and it's just all of the sudden, and when people overcorrect, and that, it's scary," said Mayor Pro Tem Gibson about the street. "Someone's going to end up possibly in someone elses home, and that's just not a good thing."
According to Gibson, it's now up to the developer of the land to finish the street, and she's contacted the developer to see what can be done.
"They are looking at possibly bumping up their dates for going ahead and finishing this out, because of the neighbor's concern," said Gibson.
But O'Connor and Setzler said they won't stop pushing until they feel their street is safe again. "We're not going to give up, we like living here, its a good place to live, and very good neighbors and it's a good community here, so we're gonna continue to work on it," said O'Connor.
Lubbock Police told O'Connor they would be out on the street in the coming days to look for speeders, and the City Streets Department put up barriers at the place where the road narrows to alert drivers.