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      POLL - Benjamin headlights

      Do you think the car in this video seen First on Fox had its headlights on?

      In the surveillance video, a car is shown matching Mayor-Elect Steve Benjamin's SUV just moments before the crash that left one woman in critical condition.

      Watch the video here and then vote in the web poll below.

      Then leave us a comment and tell us what you think.

      And tune-in to WACH Fox News Monday night to see if your comment is read on-air.

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