Lexington Safety Officer Patricia Stivers used her police car and a traffic light inverter box to power signals at the intersection of Armstrong Mill and Tates Creek roads Dec. 15, 2010.  The boxes not only save on manpower but keep officers from standing out in the middle of slick streets.
Lexington Safety Officer Patricia Stivers used her police car and a traffic light inverter box to power signals at the intersection of Armstrong Mill and Tates Creek roads Dec. 15, 2010. The boxes not only save on manpower but keep officers from standing out in the middle of slick streets.
Lexington Safety Officer Patricia Stivers used her police car and a traffic light inverter box to power signals at the intersection of Armstrong Mill and Tates Creek roads Dec. 15, 2010. The boxes not only save on manpower but keep officers from standing out in the middle of slick streets.

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