Individuals on one stretch of street in Cell County say their street is simply not secure. Any time it rains, it's virtually impassable.
Oak Farm Lane in Cell County is about 2 miles lengthy, and the entire street is mud, water, and potholes after current rains.
"It's a washboard," stated Talina Kackley, who lives on Oak Farm Lane.
Kackley worries about getting out and in of her residence. "It's not secure," stated Kackley. She continued, "when it rains, there's a present, and it’s so dangerous. The entire potholes and the mud, you may't cease."
Kackley lives off Oak Farm Lane close to Irvington, she says any time it rains, the creek overflows, spilling over the street.
"You simply gotta maintain driving, even in case you fishtail, you simply gotta maintain driving, since you're going up a hill," stated Kackley.
It makes for a treacherous drive. "I've seen folks break an axle," stated Kackley.
It's particularly harmful for individuals who periodically want emergency response.
"I’ve a particular wants little one. If one thing have been to occur, I'm undecided how fast the response can be to getting any individual out right here to assist us," stated Kackley.
Lisa McCostlin lives simply down from Kackley, and says assist doesn't come down their street.
"There's been three deaths," stated McCostlin. She continued, "and that's the place we're at now. And it boils all the way down to we are able to't get any assistance on this street."
They each are simply asking for any assist they’ll get.
"Keep our street, grate it every so often, pack it, pack it down. So we don't get caught. It's actually a foul mess, and it's a disgrace as a result of so many individuals stay again right here," stated Kackley.
The individuals who stay off Oak Farm Lane are actually watching the sky, anxious in regards to the rain that's forecasted all through the remainder of the week.