ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (CBSNewYork) – Imagine heading to an Atlantic City casino, but ending up stranded in a remote wildlife reserve.
Police say that has been happening to some drivers using the Waze navigation app.READ MORE: Stepfather Arrested In Death Of 10-Year-Old Boy In Harlem Apartment Building
People were expecting to be taken to the Borgata Hotel, but wound up in the middle of the Collier Mills wildlife area near Jackson Township.READ MORE: Despite More Sexual Harassment Accusers Coming Forward, Gov. Cuomo Says Again He Has No Plans To Resign
Police say the unpaved roads are destroying people’s cars and leaving them stranded.
“Please take extra care when selecting locations listed with the orange “Ad” logo in the corner or places which have multiple names, with the same address; however are considerable distances apart,” Jackson Police said in a Facebook post.MORE NEWS: Gov. Cuomo: Dining Capacity At Restaurants Outside New York City To Be Increased To 75% Starting March 19
Waze expects to have the problem fixed sometime today.