Examples of guardrail in a Sentence
the car ran off the road, but fortunately only hit the guardrail
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According to police, Stoker was not wearing a seatbelt and was thrown from the truck, over the guardrail and landed on the lower level of the highway.
Yes, that Pikes Peak, the one that runs up the side of a mountain, much of it above the tree line, with few guardrails and thousand-foot drops off the side.
The car had crashed through a guardrail and plunged 500 feet over a cliff in the Sierra Nevada into the Kings River below, authorities said.
During the chase Hightower forced the K9 officer's cruiser off the road into the guardrail, police said.
Additionally, a 200-foot section of Egasuk Street was also washed away, along with 60 feet of guardrail.
The blaze was eventually extinguished by the Burbank Fire Department, with minimal damage to nearby guardrails, street lights and traffic signals.
One of the things those guardrails are meant to avoid is, for example, the president precipitously starting a war.
Boy Scouts are boy-led, with the (usually male) adult Scout leaders acting more as guardrails than drivers.
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