A group of New York State Police troopers this week helped rescue more than 100 puppies from a box van after it overturned on a highway in upstate New York.
The driver of the van, who was delivering the puppies to local malls and pet stores on Tuesday, “lost control of her vehicle due to unsafe speed” while going down Interstate 86 in Avoca, New York, according to a New York State Police news release.
The box van hit a ditch and overturned, the police said.
Troopers Mark Bernard, Jordan Sheehan and Pete Peters helped remove the 103 puppies from the vehicle, and the animals were handed over to the Finger Lakes Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA), state police said.
There were no fatalities, but one puppy suffered a fractured jaw and another had a fractured leg, according to a Facebook …