Two people and fourteen rescue dogs that were supposed to be transported to Calgary for adoption died in a crash. A total of 48 dogs were being transported and aside from the 14 that died, 16 are still missing.
– Two people and fourteen dogs died in a crash.
– A total of 48 doggos were being transported to Calgary for adoption.
– Sixteen dogs are missing up to now.
The crash took place in Idaho. According to Idaho State Police, the crash was at around 6 A.M. on Friday. The truck carrying the doggos reportedly veered off the left shoulder of Interstate 15 then struck an embankment. The two people that died were identified as 40-year-old Christopher Kracht, the driver, and 38-year-old Ann Watson, the passenger. Both were from Phoenix, Arizona.
The cause of the crash is currently under investigation.
Read the sad scoop by Sarah Rieger at –https://www.cbc.ca/