Alison Shutt, of Eudora, holds her daughter Courtlynn and addresses the media in Eudora Wednesday morning after the Kansas Department of Transportation in Eudora Wednesday announced plans to install a cable median barrier on Kansas Highway 10 near the spot where Shutt's son, Cainan, died in an April 16 crash. Shutt and hundreds of people in "Cables for Cainan" had urged KDOT to install cable median barriers on K-10.

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