BATH, NY (WENY/CNN) – More than 100 puppies were rescued after a van carrying them crashed.
State police arrived at the scene of the crash, and the puppies were then turned over to the hospital where five of them were treated for injuries.
Out of that five, two have been permanently admitted to the hospital.
According to Dr. Becky Mortenson, the puppies are all certified by the USDA standards, although it’s unclear where they originally came from.
State police said the driver was speeding before losing control of the van.
Those puppies, aside from the two who will stay in the hospital, were picked up Wednesday afternoon.
“There were cages that were secured in the vans, built into the vans, so that’s how they were being transported,” Mortenson said. “I think it was a tough situation with the weather yesterday and they were lucky that the situation wasn’t as bad as it could have been.”
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