A 12-year-old boy in Michigan decided he would not wait for the officials to fill the big holes on a street near his home and instead pollute his hands and fill the craters.
Monte Scott began filling holes last week, using the shovel and dirt from his backyard in Masqueon Heights, after being blown up by the state of the neighboring roads.
"I did not want people to confuse my cars like my mother," WZZM-TV said. "If someone goes on the street and hit a hole and then have to pay $ 600-700 to fix their car they will be crazy."  The 12-year-old did not tell anyone about his plans, and his mother, Trieln Scott, told the TV station that she knew only after receiving a text message from her niece she saw Michael in
In the video, Monte can see that he's sank into the hole on a road that's bigger than the base of the garbage can. [fix the road] ̵
the video was viewed more than 62,000 times since it was released on Wednesday. SECRET UNDERGROUND TUNNEL IN FLORIDA IN INVESTMENTS Since the beginning of last week the 12-year-old has filled 15 holes around his family's home. His mother says it simply shows that her son is a good child, one of many in the community.
"Everything is not bad from Muskegon Heights," she told WZZM.
Have not commented on the efforts of the 12-year-old boy, but the question of collapsing roads in Michigan is something that is struck by the inhabitants.
Democratic governor Gretchen Whitmer, campaigning in 2018 on a bold promise to "Correct the Cursed Roads", has almost tripled the state tax on a gallon of gasoline to make it the highest in the country. Her plan is awaiting legislative approval, according to FOX2.
Associated Press contributed to this report.