Traffic tickets are being dismissed for about 300 people who were caught on camera running red lights or speeding through school zones in Longview.
The Oregonian reports that an employee for the company that runs the system punched in the wrong city code - Lynnwood, instead of Longview.
Longview Police Chief Alex Perez says all notices issued from Feb. 14 through March 9 are being dismissed. At $124 a ticket, that's more than $37,000.
Anyone who already paid the fine will receive a refund.
The company, American Traffic Solutions, will not charge the city for operating the system during the time period, when the city started the automatic ticketing system.