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Tennessee, France: Traffic Cameras Disabled
Storms, vigilantes take out automated ticketing machines in Tennessee, France.

Red Bank camera after storm
A traffic camera became more of a traffic hazard last week Sunday when a storm-pummeled automated ticketing machine in Red Bank, Tennessee fell over, blocking the road. WRCB-TV reporter Callie Starnes documented the incident.

In Aveyron, France vigilantes took action to disable a newly installed speed camera in Rignac on April 26, Totem Radio reported. Officials intend to install four more photo radar units in the area.



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