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Scranton Installs Cameras on Recycling Trucks

May 18, 2004

SCRANTON, PA -- The city of Scranton is trying to make the job safer for public works employees by conducting an experiment and mounting cameras on the back of recycling trucks, according to WBRE TV. Last year, Gerald Malone, a city DPW worker was killed when a truck backed over him. Security cameras are now being installed on the back of the trucks with monitors in the cab so drivers can see behind their vehicles.

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