Police in New York state rescued more than 100 puppies from a interstate after a speeding truck that was transporting the dogs drove off the shoulder into a ditch, overturning on the side of the highway. Two animals were seriously injured.
The driver, Emily Woodrum of Missouri, was delivering 103 puppies of varying breeds to local pet stores on Tuesday when she lost control of the truck and crashed in the town of Avoca, New York.
All of the animals were pulled from the truck and brought to a local hospital by Finger Lakes SPCA, which said that one puppy who sustained a fractured jaw and another who had a fractured leg remained hospitalized. Police said three other dogs suffered minor injuries.
After the accident, the local SPCA said on their website that they were caring for a large number of animals and that they expected …
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