After being told by officials that the pothole-covered road through the village of Svedniy Bugalish in the Urals was "fine", the group took up shovels and wheelbarrows and seemingly put the local authority to shame, Rossiya 24 news channel says. According to Urals-based Ura. Pictures posted by popular tabloid Komsomolskaya Pravda before they started work show the extent of their challenge, with pools of water lying in the road through their village. But it's not the first time villagers have had to fix ro in the area. Earlier this summer, two young men used stone and cold asphalt to fix their street under similar circumstances, Ura. Response on Russian social media has been scathing, with news aggregator Rambler's VKontakte saying "This story is so Russian that it is scary.
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