HESPERIA, Calif. (VVNG.com) — Motorists on their way to work Thursday morning had a rough start after nearly 2 dozen vehicles were damaged by huge potholes on Summit Valley Road.
According to the California Highway Patrol incident logs, at 4:15 am, dispatch received reports of two large potholes causing damage to vehicles on Summit Valley Road.
Per the logs, the first pothole was reported 1-2 miles west of Ranchero Road and described as 3 feet wide.
Victor Valley News Group member Greg Godson shared a post and said at least a dozen cars were pulled over with flat tires this morning.
CHP Officer Mike Mumford said they don’t have a confirmed number of how many vehicles were damaged but a witness advised approximately 20 vehicles were involved.
“County Roads is in route and should be there by 8 am to fix the potholes. As of right now, I’m not showing a hard closure but that could change,” stated Mumford.
SR-173 is closed at Los Flores Ranch for flooding and debris.
Additional information will be updated as it becomes available.