Three teenagers were among those hurt in a wreck on Trickum Road in Marietta.
Cobb County police said a young driver behind the wheel of a blue Volvo overcorrected as he traveled northbound on Trickum Road near Netherstone Drive and spun out into the southbound lane.
"This is a very blind curb," Avril James-Hurt said. "There's also another intersection with a school, also another one no stop lights (and) no stop signs. People drive too fast on this road."
The Volvo was "T-boned" by an oncoming car, and male in the front passenger seat was critically injured.
An air ambulance landed about a mile away in a shopping center parking lot to take him to Grady Hospital.
Police believe those in the Volvo were teenagers all around 17 or 18 years old.
"It makes me concerned because as much as you can watch them, you can't watch them all the time," said neighbor Derek Dolinski.
Some residents told Channel 2's Carl Willis they were saddened, but not surprised by the crash.
"This is the fourth accident in the last six months," said James-Hurt. "The last one before this wasn't a fatality of any sort, but one before that they drove into the fence of that neighborhood."
Despite the number of accidents in recent memory, neighbors disagree on what needs to be done to avoid another potentially fatal accident.
"We need to have a stop sign right here at Steinhauer and Trickum," said James-Hurt.
"You can put a stop sign or a stop light, but I think it might actually cause more damage because, all of a sudden, your coming around a blind corner, coming down hill, you're going to see a stop light," said Dolinski. "It's too late and if there's a car stopped they're a sitting duck."
Police said both drivers involved in the wreck, and a second passenger in the Volvo were all taken to Kennestone Hospital with unknown injuries.
Investigators do not believe that alcohol was involved and could not say if speed was a factor.