Double-yuck! I-5 fish-head incident was 2nd recent case

Double-yuck! I-5 fish-head incident was 2nd recent case
Trooper Jason March shovels fish heads off Highway 101 in Grays Harbor County.
ABERDEEN, Wash. - It turns out the discovery of a big pile of bloody fish heads on Interstate 5 this week was the second such case on Washington state roads recently.

The State Patrol says a batch of fish heads was also reported on Aug. 28 along a rural stretch of Highway 101 in Grays Harbor County.

Trooper Jason March responded and shoveled the fish heads off the road - in keeping with the Washington State Patrol's "Service With Humility" motto.

No witnesses to the fish-head spill have come forward.

It wasn't clear if that incident was related to a case in North Seattle on Tuesday, when Trooper Jamie Arnold responded to a report of a lost load slowing traffic on I-5 and found fish heads spilled across several northbound lanes.

The source of the fish heads in that incident also remains unsolved.