Residents of one American city can thank an unlikely group of “masked superheroes” for road repairs.
The masked, self-described anarchists in Portland, Ore., are dressed as ninjas and filling potholes  while winning popular gratitude, KGW-TV reported. Their efforts have earned the praise of residents and opposition from the Oregon city’s government.
“Successful preliminary action today. We patched five potholes  on SE Salmon, between 37th and 39th,” the group, known as Portland Anarchist Road Care, posted on its Facebook page recently.
“It’s not safe for them because there is traffic on the streets and they can potentially put themselves at risk and the public at risk if the repair isn’t done properly,” Dylan Rivera of the Portland Bureau of Transportation said of the anarchists.
Some citizens, though, love what the vigilantes are doing. The anarchists post pictures of themselves, masked, repairing potholes.
“They don’t need to be masked,” resident Tom Satchell said of the anarchists. “They’re doing a great job.”
Rivera said the city has fixed more than 900 potholes so far this year and has crews out working on the problem on every sunny day. It is not clear how many potholes the anarchists have repaired.
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