CLERMONT, Fla. - One small city is about to have more
red-light cameras than Orange County.
The intersection at State Road 50 and Hancock Road will get the most
Cameras are already waiting to be turned on by a Clermont fire station.
Robert Scambia said he was happy to see the cameras because he's seen people run the light in front of his pizzeria way too often.
"There were accidents in front of the station on Fifth Street and also further down," Scambia said.
When Eyewitness News plotted out the other camera locations on U.S. 27 and Highway
Once everything is installed, Clermont will have more intersections with
Orange County announced Monday its cameras have reduced crashes up to 14 percent.
"I think they should have them all over," Scambia said.
The camera went off a couple times at the intersection Tuesday, but the city said the first tickets would be handed out in December.
Once the cameras are activated next month, the city will have a 30-day warning period.
Drivers will have to start paying for