What should have been a typical commute turned into a headache for a Parma woman.
The Cleveland roads she knows all too well threw her for a loop this morning.
Willa Burns just couldn't avoid a trouble spot -- and ended up with both of her driver's side tires popped.
The city of Cleveland has heard its share of pothole stories and complaints, and, while they can't patch up every pothole in Cleveland, they are doing their best.
We asked officials about this pothole and this is their response.
"The Director of Public Works has been notified and indicates that a crew from the Department of Streets will inspect the intersection of East 30th and Orange Avenue."
Cleveland repairs potholes using a systematic approach.
Streets as a whole are prioritized over individual potholes, as an effort to use crews more efficiently.
Two completely flat tires are enough for Burns.
We want to know what you think are the worst potholes in town.
Go to our Facebook page -- Cleveland Pothole Patrol and report on the problems in your neighborhood.