Richmond Avenue strikes again with another pothole

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HOUSTON, TX  - We're back to Richmond Avenue yet again, better known as crater central.

"It's like the car is rattling apart," explained Paul Feucht of Unified Resources, Inc.

Today's Pothole Of The Day is located on Richmond near Rogerdale in Southwest Houston.

Cars repeatedly slam through this void in the road.

"Ever growing, ever changing, sometimes filled, then it becomes empty again and over the course of the last year and half, we've changed no less than 50 tires," according to Feucht.

You see, Paul Feucht is the President of Unified Resources, the first business past this massive ditch.

"Inevitably when the pothole gets bad, cars go through it and pull into our business and our great employees very often come out and help change tires," Feucht added.

An abyss that has been repaired, and repaired over and over.

"You never know from day to day whether or not it's going to be a disaster or it's going to be a smooth ride. At the least, we should be able to drive down the street and not worry about hundreds of dollars worth of tire and or automotive damage."