Redflex Speed Camera Causes Serious Collision; Rendered Inoperable


Does this look like a safe location for a large metal, flashing object? Shoulders are there for a reason.

Arizona saw a few documented accidents caused by freeway speed cameras and scamera vans. Last week a similar accident happened in Sioux City, IA.

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5 Responses to Redflex Speed Camera Causes Serious Collision; Rendered Inoperable

  1. 4409 says:

    Seems like it worked and slowed her down. You’re just anti-safety🙂

  2. Sure says:

    Lol. Ya, if they really wanted to slow people down they would have a sensor that would rapidly roll the camera out into the street in front of you!

  3. alucard says:

    Actually, if the $camera rolled out in front of me, I’d floor it to see how hard my tank….errr truck….could hit the $scamera and see how many pieces it would shatter into! 😉

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  5. Anonymous says:

    One of the main reason for the rise of unemployment is because the technology has taken over human labor due to its surface cost. There are other covert costs that are not visible at the stage of decision to implement technology to replace human labor. Just because its cheaper, doesn’t mean its good. For example: fast food is cheap, but try feeding off of it for a while, and you will see the difference when you look in the mirror. Same with the technology and red light cameras. If we wont put the people back to work, this society will go bankrupt. Society is already heading for a social failure, and just because we have strong laws, does not mean we have the funds to prosecute every single crime. Lets reclaim the US job market. Let us get rid of all technology, and hire honest officers to provide safety for the community. It takes a special skills to keep the public safety, skills that technology can never compete with.

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