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Speed Camera Blamed for 12-Vehicle Pileup in Saudi Arabia

December 09, 2014

A driver jamming on the brakes when he noticed a speed-enforcement camera caused a 12-car accident on a Saudi Arabian highway that resulted in four injuries and a hospitalization, reports The Newspaper.

Eyewitnesses told local media that a car driving on King Fahd Road in Buraydah hit the brakes right as he came within view of the "Saher" photo radar unit.

The panic braking triggered a chain reaction of rear end collisions that included a police car.

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  1. 1. Amy [ June 18, 2015 @ 02:05PM ]

    The vehicle should have been governed with a speed limiter. Contact [email protected] to learn about Speed Limiters for your fleet.

 

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