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6/19/2017
China, France: Speed Cameras Taken Out
Several speed cameras in China and France were painted and smashed last week.

Coteaux speed camera
A license plate reading camera used to issue automated parking tickets in Qingdao, China was disabled with a coat of paint last week, the ThePaper.cn reported.

In Coteaux, France, the speed camera on the RD958 was spraypainted white on Friday, according to La Republique du Centre. The speed camera on the RD934 in Beaurains-les-Noyon was disabled for the fourth time on Tuesday by having its lenses smashed, the Courrier Picard reported. On the same evening in Saint-Ferjeux, the speed camera on the D9 was spraypainted orange, according to Est Republicain.



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