State police say they responded to more than 20 disable vehicles along the interstate from Ballentine Boulevard all the way through the Broad Creek Bridge. Dennis Andrick says he was one of them.
"It felt like my car bottomed out and went airborne,” Andrick says. “Both passenger side rims were bent, both tires blown, and I need to replace both. After I went through it, I just slowly started watching vehicles pull off the side of the road with flat tires here and there."
He says he spent hours on the phone with his insurance company and VDOT.
"I was told that I need to take this up with TME Enterprises."
TME is a private company based in Chesapeake that's contracted to do maintenance work for VDOT.
On its website, in news releases and on the phone with NewsChannel 3 today , VDOT says claims should be filed with their agency.
With still no clear answers on who will step up and pay for the damages to his car, Andrick says he's now relying on helping hands.
"I’m going to rely on good friend transport me back and forth to work until I can pay for my car to get fixed and have people reimburse me," he says.
VDOT will continue emergency repairs on the potholes throughout the weekend. They say those temporary repairs will have to be enough until the spring. That's when a concrete replacement project along 264 East is slated to start.