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Pothole Problem Solved With Dental Molds


In a bizarre story out of New Caney, Texas, an anonymous tip reported that several potholes on one particular road had been filled, not with asphalt, but with dental molds. The road, which is behind a newly built subdivision, experienced significant potholes during the construction phase that were not addressed by the city or county. While city and county officials were determining what entity is responsible for maintaining the road, one resident, who was not named, filled the holes full of old dental molds. No news on how well the dental molds fared in addressing the pothole problem. Click here to read more.

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