This Fort Worth pothole could explain why your packages are delivered with dents

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FORT WORTH--Today's pothole is on Meacham Boulevard, just west of I-35W.

Mario Wallace is a delivery driver and knows how much damage potholes can do.

"You're bumping through potholes and before you know it the boxes get to bumping and things might leak, so it causes damage to the customers' product," he said.

We've got potholes all around DFW. If the cities won't fix 'em, what do you do with them?

This guy has an idea.

Okay, that may be going a bit *too* far.

But Mario has a thought about what we *can* do.

"Get it straightened out as soon as possible," he said.

Is there a bad pothole on your daily drive? Tell us about it on our Facebook page. It could be our next pothole of the day.

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