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カメラで人を見つけて踏切の事故をなくす

I don't know a meaning of "Nakusu" in this phrase. Can someone help me with this?

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  • What do you think the rest of the sentence means? What might you want to do about such things? Commented Dec 18, 2022 at 13:35
  • I looked up one of the meanings of "Nakusu" and it's like "to lose", but I don't know how it would fit in this sentence. A sentence is title of news from "NHK". Sorry my bad english. Commented Dec 18, 2022 at 14:08

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カメラで人を見つけて踏切の事故をなくす。

So the sentence is about accidents at "railway crossings" (踏切の事故). And we are doing something to them "by finding people using a camera" (カメラで人を見つけて). What might you be able to do about accidents using a camera? One logical answer is to "get rid" of them / "eliminate" them etc. Sounds a bit like "lose" don't you think? So a translation could be

We will eliminate accidents at level crossings by using a camera that finds/detects people.

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