Company posts videos online to stop intersection crashes

Crash at a New Jersey intersection and you could wind up on YouTube.The company that provides red-light cameras for many New Jersey communities is posting

EDISON - Crash at a New Jersey intersection and you could wind up on YouTube.

The company that provides red-light cameras for many New Jersey communities is posting footage of some crashes on the video site. American Traffic Solutions (ATS) says the collisions and some near-misses are put online as a way to remind people of the consequences of running red lights.

The spokesman for the Arizona-based camera company says it's not just New Jersey crashes it has put on YouTube. They also have clips from around the country, including Florida, Missouri and Tennessee, as a reminder to stop on red.

YouTube Crash videosAmerican Traffic Solutions YouTube Channel

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