Sandusky resident fears road is collapsing

There are no repairs slated for Fifth Street in Sandusky, but some improvements are planned for other city streets and traffic problems.
Andy Ouriel
Mar 18, 2013


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Most Cedar Point visitors expect bumpy rides when boarding attractions such as the Blue Streak roller coaster.

But many also have some bounce when driving on one of Sandusky's roughest roads connecting to Cedar Point's main corridor.

"Fifth Street is getting to be very hazardous," Sandusky resident Tim Stookey said. "It's falling apart. Literally."

The pothole-infested Fifth Street is located between Sycamore Line and Cedar Point Drive. With about 100 houses located on the corridor, Fifth Street is often times used by locals as a detour or shortcut to access or leave the amusement park.

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It's not that bad. There are streets that are in far worse condition. Stop whining already.


You've got to love the headline the SR uses, "Sandusky resident fears road is collapsing". Does this mean like Florida sinkhole collapsing? Ya, the streets are in crap condition, but "collapsing?"

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Must be a real slow day when an article like this makes top headlines.


my streets bad too.