A petrified pensioner says she fears for her life after cars repeatedly smashed through her fence
Anne Jay, of Pole Hill Road, Hillingdon, said six cars have careered into her front garden in the past 10 years.
The 76-year-old, who lives with her Jack Russell, Robin, believes that unless something is done soon, she or the dog are going to be killed.
She said: "I live on a very dangerous corner. Six cars have gone through the fence and no-one will do anything about it.
"I'm at my wit's end to try and sort it out. I'm more or less living in fear."
Although the road has a 20 mile speed limit the pensioner said drivers do not stick to it or fail to notice the signs.
In the latest incident a car once again smashed through Mrs Jay's fence, causing about £700 of damage.
She said: "I'm terrified my dog is going to be out there, or me or someone else. The car narrowly missed a fellow that was walking his dog. It's a horrible mess.
"Unfortunately the fellow that was walking his dog wasn't quite quick enough to catch the driver's registration number."
But Hillingdon Council is taking action which could help. Mary Worrall, its head of highways and green spaces, said new signs had been ordered and would be installed as soon as they arrived.
She added: "We are also exploring whether there are any other changes that might be helpful."
Diabetes sufferer Mrs Jay believes the fear of another accident could affect her health and says bollards need to be installed to slow traffic down.
She added: "This has got so much worse in the last 10 years. I've been moaning about it for ages but nothing gets done."