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Washington Trooper Killed In Crash

June 3, 2013
Trooper Sean M. O'Connell, 38, had responded to the Skagit River Bridge collapse on Friday. He was working a traffic detour detail when a box truck struck his motorcycle near where a bridge had collapsed.

Video: Wash. Man Shakes Off Four TASER Hits

April 4, 2013
A man running across Interstate 5 in Marysville, Wash., shook off four TASER hits as he taunted officers and resisted arrest on Sunday. The encounter went viral after a family waiting in traffic on the shut-down interstate filmed it.

Miss. Chief Killed Directing Traffic

March 20, 2013
A small-town Mississippi police chief and part-time deputy was killed Tuesday morning while directing traffic at the main intersection in town.

Veteran Detroit Officer Struck by Wrong-Way Driver Succumbs to Injuries

June 12, 2011
Detroit Police Officer Charles Armour has died as a result of injuries he sustained a week ago, when he was struck by a wrong-way driver while directing traffic.

Rumbler Intersection Clearing System

June 1, 2008
The Rumbler, Federal Signal’s “Intersection Clearing System,” provides an audible warning to drivers to help first responders safely reach events. The Rumbler has the ability to interact with 100/200 watt siren amplifiers and provide secondary, low frequency duplicate tones that encourage cars to clear the roads so police officers can get to where they need to be.

Radiant One

June 1, 2007
OptiScan’s Radiant One handheld emergency lighting baton is visible for more than a mile. The high-intensity baton operates in three modes: steady, fast blink, and intermediate blink. It calls attention to officers at traffic control points, special event parking, and accident scenes.

Traffic Safety Devices Roadguard/2 Barrier

April 1, 2006
Roadguard, a division of Traffic Safety Devices Incorporated (TSDI), has released the ROADGUARD/2 water-ballasted, energy-absorbing plastic barrier. The company says the ROADGUARD/2 is the first portable Jersey-style barrier to be manufactured by the blow-molding process, using High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) plastic. The double-chambered ROADGUARD/2 is six feet long, 3.5 feet high, two feet wide at the bottom, and 10 inches wide at the top.
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