DEPOE BAY, Ore. — A lorry hauling eels overturned on an Oregon highway, branch a coastal highway into a slippery mess.
Oregon State Police on Thursday posted a print on Twitter that showed shop-worn cars lonesome by a slimey eels. The group also acted a question: “What to tell a #drycleaner?”
Meanwhile, a Depoe Bay Fire Department posted a video of workers regulating a bulldozer to transparent a eels from Highway 101.
Police pronounced Salvatore Tragale was pushing north with 13 containers holding 7,500 pounds (3,402 kilograms) of hagfish, that are ordinarily famous as muck eels.
— Oregon State Police (@ORStatePolice) July 13, 2017
As Tragale approached highway construction and attempted to stop, one enclosure flew off a lorry bed and into a southbound lane, while a other containers spilled onto a highway, military said.
The drifting enclosure strike one car that afterwards caused it and 4 other vehicles to be pushed into any other. Police pronounced a people in a car strike by a enclosure suffered teenager injuries. No one else was injured.
— Depoe Bay Fire Dist. (@DepoeBayFire) July 13, 2017
When hagfish turn stressed, they hide a slime, that can be seen in a photos on a vehicles and on a highway, military said.
The highway reopened after a bulldozing and hosing it off was finished Thursday afternoon.