Bronx brothers use drone to document hazards of Shore Road

Two local filmmakers have made a documentary about the daily hazards faced by Bronx commuters traveling on one of the borough’s most troubled roadways. The

Two local filmmakers have made a documentary about the daily troubles faced by Bronx commuters traveling on one of the borough's most troubled roadways.

Two local filmmakers have made a documentary about the daily troubles faced by Bronx commuters traveling on one of the borough's most troubled roadways. (2/19/16)

THE BRONX - Two local filmmakers have made a documentary about the daily hazards faced by Bronx commuters traveling on one of the borough’s most troubled roadways.

The Breen brothers used a drone to capture the damage done to Shore Road by a drainage problem and the daily hazards that commuters face.

The footage shows drivers forced to veer into the middle of the road in order to avoid giant puddles of water caused by drainage.

However, the video also illustrates just how dangerous those puddles are come the winter time when they freeze.

The road is just one of many that connects the Bronx to Westchester and it's heavily traveled.

The brothers say the flooding on Shore Road has been a problem for years, and it's been difficult to photograph until now.

The two say they are just hoping their video will be a wakeup call for the city.

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