March 9, 2011
The worst pothole is always the one you slam into while driving — and we’ve got our share of some nasty ones in Kamloops. But as bad as they may be, they pale in comparison to others around the world.
Check out this one from Mail Online in Britain. Measuring 10 feet by eight feet, it was created by a burst water main.
Also in England, The Guardian is encouraging readers to keep them up-to-date on the worst potholes in Leeds. Here’s an example of the longest.
They’ve actually got an interactive Google map that keeps track of reported potholes. If I can figure out how to do it, I might set up something similar for Kamloops.