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10/28/2012
Germany: Speed Camera Fails to Protect Itself From Accident
German driver destroys speed camera in an accident the automated ticketing machine failed to prevent.

German speed camera car
In Swisttal-Heimerzheim, Germany at around 10:45pm on Saturday, October 20, a speed camera on the L182 between Bornheim and Swisttal-Heimerzheim failed to protect itself from a collision. A 43-year-old man hit the automated ticketing machine, ripping it out of the ground. Bonn police were unable to determine the cause of the accident, according to the department's news release.



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