Dogs safe after Warner car crash
Both dogs are being cared for by the ASPCA
WARNER, NH - A noon-time crash on Interstate 89 in Warner sent two Massachusetts residents to the hospital with what were believed to be non-life-threatening injuries while two dogs in their car ended up in the care of state police and firefighters.
It appears that driver Theodore Foot, 81, of Orleans, Massachusetts fell asleep behind the wheel of his 2013 Toyota Highlander, New Hampshire State Police Trooper Daniel Baldassarre reported.
New Hampshire State Police Photo
The SUV left the pavement and crashed into the tree line beside I-89 southbound and, after the two human occupants were extricated and placed into an ambulance, troopers and members of the Hopkinton Fire Department ended up caring for two dogs and eventually turning them over to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals at their facility on Silk Farm Road in Concord for safekeeping.
Anyone with information related to this incident is encouraged to call TFC Baldassarre at (603) 271-3636.
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