Smart station surveillance cameras stop drunks falling onto the tracks
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Smart station surveillance cameras stop drunks falling onto the tracks

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In 2013, 221 people were hit by trains in Japan, and over half of these accidents were a result of drunkenness. To help prevent such occurrences, the railway company JR West has installed 46 smart surveillance cameras at Kyobashi Station, near Osaka’s entertainment districts, which will help staff keep an eye on drunken passengers.

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