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Grace period ends on red light cameras

Spokane drivers who run red lights at four new camera-equipped intersections can expect $124 tickets beginning Thursday. The cameras are located at Freya Street facing north at Third Avenue, Second Avenue facing west at Thor Street, Wellesley Avenue facing east at Ash Street, and Division Street facing north at Sprague Avenue. Red light runners at those intersections have received only warnings since the cameras were activated March 1, but the warning period ends this week. Police have approved 416 warnings through those cameras as of March 23. Another 184 are pending.
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