Nails left in Harrisville roadway damage multiple cars' tires

Posted at 7:39 AM, Dec 01, 2016
(KSL) Multiple Harrisville, Utah drivers sustained damage to their car tires Monday after hundreds of nails were left in a road near Orion Junior High School.
Amanda Hardee was one of the unfortunate drivers.
"We had four tires that were completely unrepairable and then just due to the fact that it's hard to switch just one tire on one car (with) things like that we have to replace all 8 of our tires on our two cars," she said.
Hardee said there is only one street that comes in and out of her neighborhood, and most of the people she has talked to got nails in their tires as well.
Jennifer Jensen with the Harrisville City Council said the city of Harrisville is offering a $500 reward to anyone who has information that would lead the city to finding out who was responsible for the nails being in the roadway.
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