Infrared devices clear roads for Ind. cops


By Bruce Smith
The Indianapolis Star

INDIANAPOLIS — Equipment will be installed in Plainfield police cars to take control of traffic signals during emergency runs.

The devices will let officers hurrying to an accident, a crime or pursuing a criminal take the right of way at key intersections.

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