The Justice Department has opened a criminal investigation into the Trinity ET-Plus guardrail, according to Bloomberg Business.
13News Now reports that researchers in San Antonio, Texas have completed the first round of safety tests involving a controversial guardrail manufactured by Trinity Industries, Inc.
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The New York Times reports that two United States senators have expressed concern that safety tests of a potentially-defective guardrail are inadequate and should be more rigorous.
Safety tests involving a guardrail resumed yesterday in San Antonio, Texas, where a producer for local news KSAT observed the fourth out of eight tests.
Kansas and Missouri have joined about 40 other states in removing the ET-Plus from their list of approved highway guardrails.
The New York Times has found that the dimensions on half of the guardrails that are being crash-tested this week in Texas are different from most of the potentially defective guardrails installed on highways.