Truck Full of Eels Slimes Highway 101


Drivers in OR got a slimy surprise Thursday afternoon when a truck full of eels overturned on Highway 101, KPTV reports.

Oregon State Police shared pictures of the slimy scene on their Twitter page, as well as a video that shows the eels still slithering around on the road.

One vehicle, a sedan, was surrounded in eel goo. On July 5, a truck in Georgia spilled thousands of gallons of raw chicken bits all over the interstate.

The eels were on their way to Korea "for consumption" when the seafood livestock truck carrying them rolled over. Eels can range in size from two inches to 13 feet long, and weigh up to 55 pounds.

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When hagfish become stressed, they secrete a slime, which can be seen in the photos on the vehicles and on the highway.

According to the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, "Hagfish are a primitive jawless fish similar to lamprey that are plentiful off the Oregon coast and considered a delicacy in Korea and China-though we guess these might not taste too good anymore".

Officials said no one was seriously injured in the crash, and the highway reopened to traffic around 4 p.m. PST. The Oregon State Police Department and the Depoe Bay Fire District, which is located in Gleneden Beach, Ore., responded to the crash on Thursday afternoon.