Historic canal bridges that are being damaged by hit and run drivers are now being monitored by CCTV. The first camera in the country has gone up near Kidderminster in Worcestershire.
The Canal and River Trust says it needs the footage so it can trace drivers to pay for repairs, which total £1 million a year. David Viner is from the Trust.
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