Cleveland Firefighters dealt with a disabled fire truck Saturday, March 29 at East 123rd and St. Clair Ave after the vehicle hit a huge pothole.
According to the CFD, the driver of the fire station #30 truck got caught in the terrible road conditions which resulted in a portion of the street collapsing. The result: the city service workers felt the pain that many upset viewers have called to report on regarding their personal experiences while driving.
Recently the City of Cleveland brought in two' Pothole Killers' to fill the craters in the road. A third is expected to be brought in to help smooth things out. There aren't any injuries from the incident.
The 'Pothole Killer' is a massive truck, and attached to the front of the truck is an arm with a nozzle that shoots out everything needed to patch the potholes.
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