A typical red-light camera in the city of Miami at the corner of Southwest Eighth Street and Fourth Avenue in Little Havana.
A typical red-light camera in the city of Miami at the corner of Southwest Eighth Street and Fourth Avenue in Little Havana. C.M. GUERRERO El Nuevo Herald File
A typical red-light camera in the city of Miami at the corner of Southwest Eighth Street and Fourth Avenue in Little Havana. C.M. GUERRERO El Nuevo Herald File

Medley adds two red-light cameras to spot traffic scofflaws

April 13, 2017 02:07 PM

UPDATED April 13, 2017 04:06 PM

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