This is not an average "catch of the day".
A sheriff's office in Oregon recently announced that it has pulled dozens of electric scooters and bicycles from a large river in Portland.
The Multnomah County Sheriff's Office said on Twitter Wednesday that the Department's dive team on the Willamette River in Portland had salvaged a total of 57 scooters and motorcycles over two days.
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"The team had to stop prematurely because they needed a bigger boat!" the sheriff's office said .
Officials told FOX12 that the dive team found 15 scooters in May before digging dozens more this week. The scooter brands included Razor, Lime and Bird.
The diving team used the scooter rescue as a training exercise, as the river bottom is limited and everything must be found by touching.
As the popularity of scooters has exploded in recent years, environmental concerns about electric batteries are also having an impact on marine life.
Sgt. Brandon White of the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office told Oregon officials that the scooters were not disposed of by those responsible, but that divers feared that batteries could enter the river.
"We advise these people not to park scooters in the river," he told the newspaper.
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The salvage mission in the river attracted a small crowd along the watershed in downtown Portland from police activity.
"It's shitty to see her abused so," Ryan Alexander told FOX12.
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Many of the scooters seemed to be rusted. but the sheriff's office said the lights were still on.
A spokesman for Lime told Fox News it was "wrong and pity only those who rely on these vehicles daily as an affordable and convenient way to get around."
"If anyone sees a lime scooter that they suspect In case of manipulation or vandalism, we kindly ask you to notify our 24-hour customer service immediately via the app, e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) and by phone or by SMS (1-888-LIME-345). "added the spokesman.