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France, Italy: Speed Cameras Knocked Over, Painted
French speed cameras were spraypainted last week while an Italian one tumbled.

Fallen Italian speed camera
In Carate Brianza, Italy, vigilantes knocked over the speed camera on the SP6 Via Trento e Trieste on Saturday, according to Giornale di Monza.

In Saint-Juan, France, the speed camera on the RD492 had its lenses painted red on Tuesday, L'Est Republicain reported. In Montilly-sur-Noireau, the speed camera was covered with a thick coat of gray paint last week, according to L'Orne Combattante.



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