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Calif. city gets first red-light cameras


By Mike Rosenberg
San Mateo County Times

BELMONT, Calif.  — During the past three weeks, 240 red-light runners caught on camera have been let off with only a warning. Starting Thursday, they won't be so lucky.

Belmont police will start fining those caught by red-light cameras while traveling east on Ralston Avenue at El Camino Real, and west on Ralston Avenue at Old County Road. The two red-light cameras are the city's first.

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