TULSA - Crews are working daily to fill hundreds of potholes found around Tulsa streets.
"After this storm, we've had a lot of potholes," said Robert Trevor, from the city's Streets and Stormwater Department. "We're busy."
Trevor tells 2NEWS the potholes formed thanks to our recent snow, ice and rain, coming in to contact with salt and traffic.
"It just chews it up when it gets wet like that," he said.
Trevor says there are six crews, of three men, working to fill the holes. He estimates his crew fills 50 holes daily.
He is unable to say how long it will take to fill every one of them.