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Councillors are now calling for the sophisticated devices with Automatic Number Plate Recognition to be activated on the B6232 as soon as possible in a bid to cut accidents and save lives.
They also want the cameras used to prosecute lorry drivers illegally using the road, which connects the M65 Junction 5 to the A56 through Rossendale to Manchester, as a short cut.
The measure is the latest bid to cut casualties on the Grane Road which has concerned safety campaigners for decades, with dozens of serious accidents and several deaths in recent years, including three in just 18 months in 2013/14.
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