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Pitfalls of potholes

Valley drivers identify worst 'wheel suckers'

6:47 PM, Mar. 8, 2013
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Anne Siegrist of Appleton got pulled over by police last year while driving because she was swerving back and forth within her lane.

Siegrist wasn't intoxicated; she was maneuvering her car to avoid a series of potholes on South Oneida Street in Appleton.

"I would go a little bit over this way in the lane and then a little bit over that way in the lane," she said. "The police officer thought I was drunk, so he stopped me. I was just following the car ahead of me that was doing that. I thought, 'Oh, that's smart. Avoid that one, and avoid this one.'" ...

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