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Locals’ outrage over speed camera known as the ‘Frankston flasher’ racking up fines of $20,000 A DAY

A speed camera has locals living in fear as it collects revenue in fines totalling more than $20,000 in value each day – most to drivers who were travelling no faster than 50km/h. 

A group of concerned locals, spearheaded by a Mount Eliza mother, have begun their campaign against the rogue speed camera dubbed the ‘Frankston flasher’.

They claim the camera is ‘out of control’ and nabbing people who have done nothing wrong at the intersection of Nepean Highway and Davey Street in Frankston in Melbourne’s southeastern suburbs.

Some members of the group claim the camera has flashed at them when they’re doing far less than the speed limit, or are even at a complete stop.

The council reduced the speed limit along the patch of the highway from 50km/h to 40km/h in order to facilitate a ‘temporary…

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