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UK: Four Speed Cameras Out of Commission
Two speed cameras in Eltham, UK and two in Staffordshire Moorlands were destroyed with burning tires.

Two speed cameras in a Staffordshire Moorlands, UK town were attacked with burning tires. The first on Mill Street suffered severe damaged on Friday. A nearby camera on Ashbourne Road fell off its pole during the attack and can be repaired.

Last Tuesday, similar attacks destroyed two speed cameras in Eltham, UK. Burning tires were used first on a camera located at Sidcup Road around midnight, followed by the burning of a camera nearby at Rochester Way at 1:15am.

Source: This reel's on fire (The Mercury (UK), 7/6/2005)

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