California transportation officials said they will stop using ET-Plus guardrails made by Trinity Industries on all highways and roads throughout the state and will replace the existing rails “as needed” amid concerns the guardrails can malfunction and cause serious injury or death. “If there is a section of roadway under construction or an incident, they will be replaced with another type of guardrail,” Matt Rocco, Media Relations Manager the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) told NBC 7 Investigates. Trinity’s ET-Plus guardrails fell under scrutiny after whistleblower Josh Harman took Trinity to Court under the False Claims Act, alleging the company ... Read More
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