In Pueblo, Colorado, authorities announced on Tuesday that one of the four missing dogs involved in a deadly van crash on Friday has been found. The search for the other three dogs still continues. A black terrier, named Coco Chanel was found by a patrol officer from the Pueblo Animal Services who picked up her tracks on Tuesday.
Willow, Powder and Sandy have not been located after the van crashed near mile marker 72 on I-25. The van, carrying rescue dogs from Houston to several Colorado shelters crashed killing the driver, Charles Roberts. The van had been transporting dogs from Houston’s BARC – a trip volunteers made once a week to save countless lives of stray and unwanted dogs. According to Jeff Richey, the owner of Farfel’s Farm and Rescue in Boulder, the dogs were transported and cared for by Rescue Pets Movement. Five vans transport 150 dogs to Colorado every Friday.
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(Photo of dog found after deadly van crash via Twitter)
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