2005-04-15 / Community

The ‘Craters Of The Moon’ Come To BCD


Motorists coming off the Gil Hodges-Marine Parkway Bridge and on to Beach Channel Drive can be excused if they believe they’ve encountered the “craters of the moon.” That’s what one local, who took these pictures for The Wave, describes the experience. Steve Yaeger, who took the pictures, says that there are at least twenty holes in the roadway (shown) and that many of them are several inches deep, enough to damage the tires and front end of any motorist who does not see them in time.Motorists coming off the Gil Hodges-Marine Parkway Bridge and on to Beach Channel Drive can be excused if they believe they’ve encountered the “craters of the moon.” That’s what one local, who took these pictures for The Wave, describes the experience. Steve Yaeger, who took the pictures, says that there are at least twenty holes in the roadway (shown) and that many of them are several inches deep, enough to damage the tires and front end of any motorist who does not see them in time.Most of the craters are long and deep. Yaeger believes that the road was eroded by the winter weather and says that there will soon be a bad accident caused by the craters unless the city does something quickly.Most of the craters are long and deep. Yaeger believes that the road was eroded by the winter weather and says that there will soon be a bad accident caused by the craters unless the city does something quickly.

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