The village of Elmwood Place, Ohio, had a bunch drivers speeding through a school zone, so they set up a camera to try to track violators.
It turns out Elmwood Place officials were right. In two weeks, the cameras caught 20,000 drivers speeding on one block in just two weeks.
The village’s population has dropped fast, with only 2,100 people. Elmwood Place is deep in debt, and is desperate to find new revenue sources.
Some people, got as many as six tickets for driving between 25 and 29 miles an hour in one of the village’s school zones.
Our own Lincoln Ware led a protest against the traffic cameras. To see what happened, check out the video below.