NEW YORK (WABC) -- Sick and tired of blowing tires and wrecking wheels on any of the 8,000 or so miles of streets in New York City? Well, help is on the way.
60 repair crews will hop to it Saturday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. to fill potholes.
They'll be in all five boroughs filling in the craters of various shapes and sizes.
It's actually a job that never stops.
This year New York City Department of Transportation has filled over 65,000 potholes.
With wintry weather in the rear view mirror, the city can now begin widescale pothole repairs.
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