NEWARK, Del. (AP) — Authorities say that a Delaware driver drove took a curve too fast, drove through a yard and wound up in a pond.

The Delaware News Journal reports that neighbors along the stretch of Salem Church Road near Beck's Pond in the Newark area are upset about crashes want a guard rail or other protective barrier.

The Delaware Department of Transportation reports that there have been more than a hundred crashes along several miles of that road since 2016.

State police say that a woman driving southbound Sunday toward a sharp curve crashed through a yard and into the pond. The newspaper says a woman and girl inside the car were brought out of the water safely.

Police said they ticketed the woman for going too fast.