SPEED kills and speed cameras save lives.
Those are the inescapable conclusions to be drawn from the latest figures released by Scotland's Chief Statistician yesterday. In plain English that means that there are people alive today who would have been dead if what are known correctly as "safety cameras" had never been introduced. And there are men, women and children who are fit and well who would have been injured or permanently disabled without these cameras, which continue to attract criticism from a vocal minority.
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