WEST JORDAN, Utah (FOX 13) - A few homes in West Jordan City, Utah became inaccessible after a wind storm covered them with tumbleweed this week.
Thanks to the hard-working team at West Jordan City Parks and Recreation, the situation was only temporary.
Video posted on Facebook shows several workers removing tumbleweeds blocking the entire front of a home.
The stacks of brush are at least 8 feet high.
The city’s director of parks and cemeteries told a local news outlet said crews collected about two tons of tumbleweed from just that one home.
They said homeowners would usually be responsible to clear tumbleweed buildups themselves, but this constituted an emergency situation.