Brownsville Man Says Pothole Caused $800 Worth of Damage to Vehicle
UPDATE (9/25): City crews have fixed the large pothole that caused concerns in Brownsville.
A Brownsville man says the pothole caused $800 of damages to his car.
After making a phone call to the city, crews repaired the pothole.
If you have any road concerns, you can file a work order by calling 546-4357.
BROWNSVILLE – A Brownsville man says a large pothole damaged his vehicle, leaving him without a car.
“I was coming like four or five miles an hour tops, and you can see the road has a little hump. So there’s no way I could see over that... I hit that pothole and my car just sunk all the way down,” says Rolando Lozano.
Lozano says it will cost about $800 to repair his Corvette. He says the city is to blame.
He is planning to file a complaint with the city.
KRGV’s Daisy Martinez has the details.
Watch the video above for the full story.
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