Although she could hear air coming out of her tires, she was able to make it home. But then her two left side tires went flat. That’s when she noticed both of her rims were bent, too.
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Haston said she spent the day going to junk yards. The best she could find were two used wheels that aren’t really the right size.
“It’s not going to last long,” she said.
The price for new rims is $400 — each.
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Those who apply for reimbursement will have to prove their car was damaged after coming into contact with a “dangerous condition” that the city or county knew about or should have known about and failed to fix.
Other motorists are urged to use caution on U.S. 35 East. As of Wednesday evening, that pothole was still there.
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