Repairs begin as roads become latest victims of storm

Another headache created by the nor'easter is major potholes are now dotting roadways across Westchester.

Drivers are finding out the hard way that they need to slow down when approaching a pothole filled with water. However, drivers trying to avoid the deep holes may cause other hazards as they swerve into oncoming traffic.

Highway crews in Yorktown have filled many potholes and are working hard to fix the rest. Yorktown Highway Superintendent Eric DiBartolo says the crews are working on the main roads first, then will get to the side streets.

Not all of the roadways will be repaired at the same time since some are managed by state and county governments.

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