First Published May 15 2014 01:59 pm • Last Updated May 15 2014 02:22 pm
What does it take to get a ticket for running a red light or a stop sign in Salt Lake City? Every week, someone gets killed or maimed by someone running a red light. We notice that the police do not sit at an intersection, but sit in the middle of a block watching for speeders. Every day, we see at least two people running a red light. Three people in our family have been T-boned. What are the odds of that?
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