Automated ticketing machines are being attacked worldwide, TheNewspaper.com reports. One of the cameras was located in Tennessee and owned by beleaguered, Australian-based Redflex:
In Clarksville, Tennessee an unidentified vehicle rammed a red light camera on August 1. The device, owned and operated by Australia’s Redflex Traffic Systems, was stationed at the intersection of Wilma Rudolph Boulevard and Dunbar Cave Road, WSMV-TV reported. The device will cost $20,000 to replace. Police released a grainy video of the incident taken by a red light camera across the street which records video 24 hours a day.