crash barrier


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crash barrier

a barrier erected along the centre of a motorway, around a racetrack, etc., for safety purposes
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Major crash barrier companies such as Tata Steel Limited (India), NV Bekaert SA (Belgium), Trinity Industries, Inc.
This accident is tragic and I think it does underscore the need for crash barriers.
I think that the driver of the car suddenly braked at the bend, which caused the wheels to lock and the car to collide with the crash barrier.
A Cleveland Police spokesman said: "The incident involved a single vehicle - a motorcycle - which was travelling west when it collided with a crash barrier.
It was then thrown back across the carriageway and on to the central crash barrier, where the petrol tank exploded and the car set alight," she said.
Colin MacRae's Australian Rally bid hit the skids yesterday when his Subaru skidded into a crash barrier.
30pm on Monday just north of the A689, when a BMW 320 driver lost control and hit a crash barrier in the central reservation, spun round and came to rest in the slow lane.
A STOLEN removal van - fully loaded with a family's household goods - careered off a dual carriageway near Rugby and rolled into a crash barrier.
Emergency work on a crash barrier on one of the city's busiest roads, the Aston Expressway, began yesterday after an accident revealed it was defective.
He landed on a crash barrier in an adjoining football ground.
With a rapidly growing global customer base, ISSI is a leader in anti-terrorism, access control and traffic control crash barrier products for the road, bridge, and perimeter security gate industries.