CBS Evening News for Friday, Jul 29, 2016
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(Culver City, California: Carter Evans) A study suggesting more lives could be saved if there were more red light cameras reviewed; scenes shown of crashes by red light runners; statistics on fatal accidents in cities where the cameras were removed cited. [Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Adrian LUND- says crashes don’t have to be killing and injuring so many people.] [Driver Jessica AGUILERA- comments.] [Los Angeles city councilman Dennis ZINE- explains why the city turned off the cameras.]
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