Additional red light cameras set up in Kissimmee

Six more intersection planned to receive cameras

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ORLANDO, Fla. - New red light cameras were activated at an intersection in Kissimmee Sunday night.

This is the second of eight intersections that will get the cameras.

Cameras are currently set up at the intersection of Dyer Boulevard and U-S 192, as well as at the intersection of Thacker Avenue and U-S 192 since May 31.

Kissimmee police haven't said where and when the remaining cameras will be set up.

A red light camera ticket could cost as much as $158.

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