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Lermaine Carter, right, 13, of New London connects on a pitch from Jai'Heir Ross, foreground, 8, of New London during a pickup Wiffle ball game in the middle of Mountain Avenue in New London on Friday, July 6, 2018. Jayla Carter, back left, 12, of New London and Diamond Carter, back center, 9, of New London look on. Frequent travelers of the one-way road will often beep their horns as a warning to children who might be playing in or near the street. Each time a vehicle came through, the game was stopped in order for players to get out of the street. (Tim Martin/The Day)
Lermaine Carter, right, 13, of New London connects on a pitch from Jai'Heir Ross, foreground, 8, of New London during a pickup Wiffle ball game in the middle of Mountain Avenue in New London on Friday, July 6, 2018. Jayla Carter, back left, 12, of New London and Diamond Carter, back center, 9, of New London look on. Frequent travelers of the one-way road will often beep their horns as a warning to children who might be playing in or near the street. Each time a vehicle came through, the game was stopped in order for players to get out of the street. (Tim Martin/The Day)

New London — Lermaine Carter, right, 13, of New London connects on a pitch from Jai'Heir Ross, foreground, 9, of New London during a pickup Wiffle ball game Friday in the middle of Mountain Avenue.

Jayla Carter, back left, 12, of New London and Diamond Carter, back center, 9, of New London look on. Frequent travelers of the one-way road will often beep their horns as a warning to children who might be playing in or near the street. Each time a vehicle came through, the game was stopped in order for players to get out of the street.

Editor's Note: The spelling of Lermaine Carter's name has been corrected in the caption for the first photo.

Lawrence Edwards, right, of New London, attempts to connect on a pitch from Lakeem Edwards, foreground, 8, of New London during a pickup Wiffle ball game in the middle of Mountain Avenue in New London on Friday, July 6, 2018. Frequent travelers of the one-way road often will beep their horns as a warning to children who might be playing in or near the street. Each time a vehicle came through, the game was stopped in order for players to get out of the street. (Tim Martin/The Day)
Lawrence Edwards, right, of New London, attempts to connect on a pitch from Lakeem Edwards, foreground, 8, of New London during a pickup Wiffle ball game in the middle of Mountain Avenue in New London on Friday, July 6, 2018. Frequent travelers of the one-way road often will beep their horns as a warning to children who might be playing in or near the street. Each time a vehicle came through, the game was stopped in order for players to get out of the street. (Tim Martin/The Day)
Jamie Edwards, right, of Groton rips a base hit against pitcher Jai'Heir Ross, bottom left, 9, of New London during a pickup Wiffle ball game in the middle of Mountain Avenue in New London on Friday, July 6, 2018. Jayla Carter, back center 12, of New London looks on. Frequent travelers of the one-way road often will beep their horns as a warning to children who might be playing in or near the street. Each time a vehicle came through, the game was stopped in order for players to get out of the street. (Tim Martin/The Day)
Jamie Edwards, right, of Groton rips a base hit against pitcher Jai'Heir Ross, bottom left, 9, of New London during a pickup Wiffle ball game in the middle of Mountain Avenue in New London on Friday, July 6, 2018. Jayla Carter, back center 12, of New London looks on. Frequent travelers of the one-way road often will beep their horns as a warning to children who might be playing in or near the street. Each time a vehicle came through, the game was stopped in order for players to get out of the street. (Tim Martin/The Day)

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