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guard rail

For an automatically operated door, a railing used to separate and control traffic passing in opposite directions through the door.
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One side of the bridge does not have guard rails because they were knocked off in previous accidents.
Mr Hartshorn, who served as a constable with Gwent Police in his early career, said the guard rail on the yacht acted like a "cheese wire" as the spinnaker reinflated in the wind after it had collapsed, and pulled his digit along the metal safety rail.
According to Paphos police spokesman Nicos Tsiapis, the vehicle went towards the right hand side, hitting a guard rail and then a billboard.
Since 1997 FAIRWAY has set the standard for guard railing systems based on their core belief that the building industry deserves a "True, Complete Railing System", a system which offers the products necessary to meet all guard rail system project applications.
Because of the high number of trucks entering Lebanon daily for trade, the section of the new law requiring guard rails was considered an obstacle, Daccache explained.
Oregon: A Canada-bound bus crashed through a guard rail on an icy road in Oregon on Sunday and careened into a ravine, killing at least nine people and injuring at least 18 others, state police said.
The HSE had seen that the company had added rope guard rails, but these had not been robust enough in order to prevent falls from the high staging, where the work was still being carried out.
Springfield police said they found Tabitha Nicole Bancroft's minivan facing the wrong way in the westbound lanes after colliding with the guard rail just after 2:30 a.
The car apparently failed to negotiate a right-hand curve in the road, smashed through a guard rail and plummeted 5 meters to the field below, they said.
The first involved a red BMW 3-series which lost control and hit the central guard rail before coming to rest on the hard shoulder.
He died in Whiston Hospital on May 29, 2007, three months after falling head first down a rubbish chute attached to an edge guard rail, around four metres above the ground.
The 23-year-old driver missed a turn and crashed through a guard rail at high speed.