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Md. to explore speed cameras on dangerous road

Maryland is looking at ways to slow people down on a road after it was named one of the top 50 highest pedestrian crash areas. Speed limits are between 35 and 40 mph on this road, but the majority of drivers go more than 50 mph.

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