Flooded Washington State Roadway Filled with Salmon

The local news sources in Washington State are reporting the strange salmon invasion in a state roadway that happened yesterday due to a major storm. According to the news, the heavily flooded roadway was filled with salmon, which is a type of migrating fish that may have been slightly confused after the powerful storm.

Western Washington felt the effects of the strong weather change coming from the Pacific Northwest making this Thanksgiving holiday a very stormy season.

The Seattle area is expected to have three inches of rainfall until Thanksgiving day while winds may reach 50 to 70 mph.

The video shows the migrating fish trying to swim across the flooded Skokomish Valley Road. Authorities hope that the salmon trying to find their way back into the water will avoid the road areas near Shelton.

As a Seattle car accident lawyer I hope that the unexpected storms won’t cause accidents related to the extreme weather changes. I urge all drivers to stay alert and make sure your vehicles are in top condition for all the holiday driving you and your loved ones are about to be doing.

Personal injury lawyers should be of great assistance whenever you’re involved in an accident caused by the recklessness of others. Don’t hesitate to contact a personal injury lawyer in your area when needed.