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                   Tuesday, November 27, 2007 - 2:06PM

Dashcam Files: Teenagers on cell phones

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I'll keep saying it - the most dangerous part of storm observing is not the storms, but driving on the roads - even if you're not observing! On Black Friday at the intersection of Fort Hill Drive and Cantley Drive in Charleston, a car driven by a teenager on a cell phone pulls out in front of a car driven by another teenager on a cell phone who manages to stop in time.

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