Tuesday, January 07, 2020

SHAME!!! EPIC PROSPECT SINKHOLE TRAPS KANSAS CITY FIRE TRUCK!!!

Today's reality check on so much taxpayer cash that was SUPPOSED to fix local streets . . . Moreover, pothole season hasn't even started so far this Winter. Take a look:

Fire truck stuck after sinkhole opens up under wheel in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A sinkhole ensnared a Kansas City Fire Department rescue truck on its way back from a call today, resulting in a tow and a street shutdown. Multiple trucks responded to a residential fire call at 11:15 a.m. on Jan. 7.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

There’s some momentum for ya. Lol

Anonymous said...

Good pic of Killer Shitty's ecosystem

Anonymous said...

The bonds are $30 million a year over the course of 20 years. The bonds are for streets, sidewalks and bridges. The ballpark estimate to "fix the streets" in totality is between $2-$3 billion. And let us not forget the $4 billion tab for water. The issue is the decades of deferred maintenance for infrastructure. Infrastructure has a life cycle; and with maintenance the life cycle is longer but a life cycle nonetheless. All good things come to and end.

Anonymous said...

^^^
On the other hand, in KCMO bad things go on forever!
Momentum!

Anonymous said...

I guess we should have been using bikes to get to the fires.

Anonymous said...

Isn't it about time gopher weighs in on the topic?

Anonymous said...

Gopher go bye-bye, him work for Big Chief in Consultancy/Larceny Law office now, him soothum Big Chief hemorrhoids really good, you betchum!

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- THAT SINKING FEELING

Don't bring a limp hose to a fire fight!!!

Anonymous said...

That hole has been there for months I’ve almost hit it a dozen times in my work vehicle, effing fireman wasn’t paying attention is what happened.

Anonymous said...

How many pot holes could a toy train fix if a toy train fixed pot holes ?