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'Why wait for people to die?', Roadpeace asks
Zoe Stow, chairperson of the Roadpeace lobby group, is urging police to identify potential danger spots on roads before fatalities happen - and to take action with safety cameras.
"Waiting for motorists to die or sustain serious injury before taking anti-speeding action is unacceptable," said Ms Stow last week.
"We are supportive of the cameras," added Ms Stow. "Although they are not perfect they are a way of dealing with speeding and are reasonably cost-effective. However, we think it is appalling that you have to wait for four people in England to be killed before you bring in cameras."
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