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12/9/2004
Cameras to Watch the Cameras
Surveillance cameras to watch the speed cameras after vandals strike in Derby, UK.

Burned gatso.
After a string of expensive attacks on speed cameras Derbyshire, UK camera officials have now installed cameras to watch the speed cameras. No wonder they want to protect the investment, as the cameras have generated $7 million GBP in revenue.

Related: Photos of destroyed Gatsos

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Since September, four speed cameras in Derby and Derbyshire have been targeted by vandals, including those in Tamworth Road and Burton Road....

Speed cameras are unpopular with many Evening Telegraph readers, who have accused the schemes as an easy source of fund-raising.
Source: Cash gone in a flash (Derby Evening Telegraph, 12/8/2004)

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