A professional survey at the Davison County, S.D., site of two 2008 auto wrecks--one a fatal crash--doesn’t necessarily mean a new guardrail will be erected at the location.
Ross Dolan - The Daily Republic
Published Friday, February 27, 2009
A professional survey at the Davison County site of two 2008 auto wrecks - one a fatal crash - doesn’t necessarily mean a new guardrail will be erected at the location, says a state highway official.
Last week, a state Department of Transportation survey crew took readings where Enemy Creek crosses under Highway 37, the site of a double box culvert under the highway. The survey was a major step in evaluating the site for a guardrail.
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