NBC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 08, 2014
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(St. Louis, Missouri: Kristen Dahlgren) The huge debate over whether cameras that catch red light offenders have a place examined; details given about cities that stopped using the cameras. [Brick, New Jersey, Mayor John DUCEY- says crashes increased with cameras.] [National Motorists Assn. John BOWMAN- says drivers face a tough choice at intersections.] [St. Louis police chief Sam DOTSON- defends the cameras.] [National Coalition for Safer Roads David KELLY, Two DRIVERS - comment.]
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