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Cops go undercover to catch drivers texting

CBS News Friday, 19 July 2019
Police in Marietta, Georgia donned construction workers' gear and stood by the roadside to catch drivers using their phones behind the wheel. WGCL-TV's Rebecca Schramm reports.
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