X-LITE Guardrail Linked to Dozens of Deaths and Serious Injuries

X-LITE Guardrail Linked to Dozens of Deaths and Serious Injuries

More reports are surfacing across the nation linking X-LITE guardrail end terminals to deaths and serious injuries. Lawsuits filed against Lindsay Corporation, the manufacturer of X-LITE end terminals, allege the guardrail system has an inherent design flaw that prevents it from telescoping into its...

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Lawmakers Call for National Recall of X-Lite Guardrail

Lawmakers Call for National Recall of X-Lite Guardrail

Lawmakers in Tennessee are calling for the U.S. Secretary of Transportation to order a nationwide recall of a controversial guardrail. The Lindsay X-Lite guardrail has played a role in as many as 11 fatal car accidents around the country. Several grieving family members came to Tennessee to support ...

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Massachusetts Guardrail Deaths Signal Possible Malfunction

Massachusetts Guardrail Deaths Signal Possible Malfunction

The Lindsay X-Lite guardrail end terminals are the subject of yet another lawsuit. The safety device has drawn criticism after several deadly accidents, many of which have occurred in Massachusetts. The state is home to the second most X-Lite guardrails in the country, with only West Virginia outnum...

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Tennessee Dept. of Transportation to Remove X-Lite Guardrails

Tennessee Dept. of Transportation to Remove X-Lite Guardrails

Tennessee will spend $4.3 million to remove dangerous X-Lite guardrails from their roads. The decision to remove and replace more than 1,800 guardrail end terminals comes on the heels of several fatal accidents involving the safety devices. Four people have died in such crashes in the last year in T...

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Tennessee to Replace Dangerous X-Lite Guardrail Terminals

Guardrails are in place to protect motorists, but when they fail, the results can be devastating. Tennessee’s Department of Transportation has begun accepting bids to remove X-Lite guardrail end terminals following a series of deadly crashes.¬†Though the device has passed federal safety tests, ...

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