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Speed Cameras Knocked Out In Spain, Germany
Speed cameras were disabled last week on the Canary Islands and in Germany.

Speed camera painted on Tenerife
By Richard Diamond/Staff Reports

On Santa Cruz de Tenerife, a Spanish island off the Northwestern coast of Africa, vigilantes disabled the speed camera on Vía de Ronda in the city of San Cristobal de La Laguna by spraying its lenses white. The device had been the eighth most profitable photo radar unit in Spain.

On Wednesday, the mobile speed camera on the L178 in Euskirchen was smashed with a hammer. In Pfullendorf, vigilantes used a sharp object to scratch the lenses of the camera on Malaienstrasse. In Fulda, Germany, vigilantes smashed the speed camera on Leipziger Strasse on June 8.

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