California motorists reach actual fork in the road
October 17, 2012 (SAN DIEGO) (WLS) -- The point at which a road branches into two is often referred to as a fork in the road.
Many California motorists in San Diego County are seeing an actual fork in the road.
The piece of urban artwork stands about 6-feet high. It is made of wood and painted silver.
Some motorists are actually stopping and getting out of their vehicles to have their pictures taken next to the unique utensil.
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