House in Washington was buried under a mountain of rolling stone with a height of 4.5 meters

In Kinnvika, Washington, the house faced a mountain of a rolling stone, with a height of 4.5 meters, which brought the wind to nearby wheat fields. To eliminate the problem will take about a week.

73-year-old dick Wilde appealed for help to the local people, as unable to disassemble a huge pile of dry tumbleweeds that had brought in his garden in a strong wind. The combination of strong winds, 60 miles per hour and dry weather have led to the large tubers of the weeds scattered throughout the city.

Sorry Wilde, in the past nuclear physicist, his house stands in the way of winds, and its walls holds thousands of weeds that arrive from the fields. Annoyed, the owner reported that he will need 20 hours of hard work in order to clear the roof from rolling stone.

«They all blew into my yard on Sunday evening with wheat farms,» said Wilde. «The wind was strong enough to raise them and bring them right in my yard. Bunch comes to the roof of the house.»

Wilde lives in his house with his wife, 60-year-old Gigi, and three grandchildren: 10-year-old Ava, 13-year-old Nathan and 15-year-old Kaylee. A pensioner asks for help from the local population, as worries that dry weed will light up and set fire to his house. The man says that this year the problems in the city the largest in the last 20 years.

This is a fire hazard — they can ignite as a sheet of paper. I need to get rid of them as soon as possible.» — says the pensioner.