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Red-light camera video helping local police solve other crimes

ORANGE PARK, Fla. -- First the flash, then the hit, next you're T-boned by oncoming traffic or nearly clipped by another car, like one red-light runner in Orange Park, both caught on camera breaking the law instead of braking to stop.

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hallonearth - 9/24/2013 3:49 PM
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Awesome!! Hey chick-- you do get a ticket if you don't STOP first on a red light when turning right! But then - if you have a green arrow-- THEN you can go without stopping... You people piss me off when I'm trying to turn left on my green arrow and you turn right on a red light WITHOUT STOPPING!

RetiredJSO - 9/24/2013 7:39 AM
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Per Florida Traffic Law, You can make a Right turn on Red, and even in some cases a Left Turn on Red, but everyone seems to forget the Law Requires you to come to a Complete Stop First. Not one of those Rolling (California) Stops.

GMPOWER - 9/24/2013 1:25 AM
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So now we have the Orange Park Police Chief admitting on camera that these “RED LIGHT CAMERA’S” are being used for purposes other then what they are designed for.

barryaclarke - 9/24/2013 1:25 AM
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If you obey traffic laws, red light cameras should be of no concern to you. The ones I see complaining about them are the drives who drive on the edge such as speeding up trying to beat the light from changing from yellow to red before entering an intersection or the drivrs who fly through construction zones because they feel the crazy 45 mph speed limit signs only apply to the other person………..
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