CHICAGO (WLS) -- There's a new push to get drivers to slow down on the street where a 5-year-old girl died in a hit-and-run.
The city is working to install speed bumps in the 5900-block of South Mozart in the Chicago Lawn neighborhood. The work should take about a week.
Lupita Gonzalez died Saturday after getting hit by a car.
Police have not yet found the driver.
City adding speed bumps after girl, 5, killed in hit-and-run