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Traffic Cameras #996427

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 28, 2011
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(Studio: George Stephanopoulos) Report introduced.

(Studio: Jim Avila) The rebellion against traffic cameras that catch drivers who run red lights that has led to the lights/cameras being voted out featured; scenes shown of the robot cameras and T-Bone crashes. [Los Angeles driver Patrick McELROY†- says people stop short due to the cameras.] The findings of an Insurance Inst. for Highway Safety study on the red light cameras save lives and other studies questioning the safety cited. [Chicago's Erie LaSalle Body Shop Marco MELONE†- outlines a crash.] [Insurance Inst. for Highway Safety president Adrian LUND†- offers an accident assessment.] How in Los Angeles red light citations are often not paid due to lack of witnesses discussed.

Stephanopoulos, George;
Avila, Jim

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