More than 3,000 drivers in Cataluña caught speeding on camera had their fines cancelled after the radar on the T-11 road in Reus turned out to be faulty. A spokesman or the Catalan Traffic Authority said a fault was discovered in the original camera in August last year, after nearby building work was found to be affecting the local electricity supply. It was replaced but the new equipment was removed last Friday after it was found to defective as well. Meanwhile, the cameras detected 3,200 drivers speeding between January 24th last year February 14th this year, but only 530 of the fines have been paid so far. The amounts ranged from 91 to 600 euros.
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