If they installed this on Aurora I think I would be addicted to watching it especially at night.
Neighbors who are fed up with crime in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District are taking matters into their own hands by installing nine new security cameras and a surveillance system.
“We have a lot of people walking around, kinda look scary for the seniors. We felt like we need to do something,” said Nora Chan, with Seniors In Action Foundation.
The project has taken the group of senior citizens and businesses three years and costs around $100,000.