Take a tour through Detroit's worst looking areas

George982Published: September 21, 201678,395 viewsVirality: 2%
Published: September 21, 2016

Witness some of the most in-need residential areas of Detroit as this driver films his journey down abandoned streets. That's incredible!

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    vagabond · 1 year ago

    Need to just go in with a flamethrower.

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    debdeb · 1 year ago

    I live just outside of the Detroit Metro area (not near this stuff) and it makes me sooooo angry that the city will not tare these "homes" down!! The city is too worried about making the downtown area beautiful! Nobody seems to care about the blight just outside of the "beautiful" parts of Detroit!! People are getting killed, raped there and they are turning into drug houses! Burn them down to the ground if that is the cheapest way to get rid of them!! Everyone says "Detroit is beautiful!" Have they not looked around?? It's only beautiful where they WANT it to be beautiful!!

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      BroncoBob · 1 year ago

      Detroit and Flint has been ran into the ground over the last 40 or so years, Can't blame these messes on Republicans, they weren't in office during any of these 'crisis'.

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        debdeb · 1 year ago

        I totally agree with you

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    BroncoBob · 1 year ago

    Jump on the Woodward, head north for about an hour, get a look at Flint, It's about the same there too.

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      debdeb · 1 year ago

      I've heard that too. It's such a shame.

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        BroncoBob · 1 year ago

        debdeb, You can take that to the bank, as I'm typing this I'm in that particular part of town for the rest of this week, it ain't purty'.

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          debdeb · 1 year ago

          As sad as it is, I hope that you can somehow bring awareness to these situations and hopefully get "someone" to do something about it. Somehow, I think the only response we are ever going to get on these situations is "we don't have the money to tear these homes down". I was in an area of Detroit a few weeks ago (not by choice) and I just couldn't believe how people have to live in these conditions. I wish there was a way to get these areas cleaned up and safe again.