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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I remember him putting his hand on the steering wheel and the car went towards the crash barrier.
The recreation shows the driver move over to the left lane and brake, before accelerating straight through the crash barrier.
The global crash barrier systems market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 3.
TWO ambulances and two fire engines were called after a car plunged over the crash barriers into a ditch on the A55.
The driver lost control of his vehicle in lane three and hit a crash barrier on the central reservation.
A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokeswoman said: "Crews found a car which had crossed the crash barrier on the nearside of the motorway and had collided with a road sign on the embankment before coming to rest on its roof.
Donald James Hunter, a 54-year-old former Sandwell Council plumber, of Broadwell Road, Oldbury, was crushed and fatally injured on January 12, 2007 when a Diamond 401 bus rolled into a crash barrier.
The evaluation of suitability of a crash barrier for a certain section of communications is a matter of multi-criteria evaluation with the dynamics of a life cycle.
NATALIA GEMELOVA was told by police yesterday that she was lucky to be alive after careering headlong into a crash barrier on the A1 at around 60mph.
A car driven by 33-year-old man from Tooting, south London, had also struck the central crash barrier.
A Renault Megane went through a crash barrier on to a grass verge and a Seat Arosa ended up on the central reservation.
Earlier, 22-year-old Adam Wharton, from Rhyl, died in hospital after a Ford Ka hit a crash barrier and collided with another car at Rhuallt Hill.