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Eels from overturned lorry muck cars on Oregon highway

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.

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.

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.

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