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Speedsters beware! Traffic Police reveals new weapon – the Mobile Speed Camera

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There are more accidents involving elderly pedestrians last year. More motorcyclists and pillion-riders were also injured in our roads last year. The Traffic Police has rolled out a new weapon to better address such accidents – the Mobile Speed Camera (MSC).
The MSC is equipped with its own power source and can be deployed anywhere within a week said the Traffic Police (TP) when it revealed its annual traffic statistics earlier today (Feb 16).
The TP said that the digital speed trap will be used at places where motorists speed, where accidents happen and where illegal races are held.
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