VICTORVILLE – Two dogs were rescued while running on the freeway in the Victorville area CHP officials said.
On the morning of Tuesday, June 19, 2018, an officer from the California Highway Patrol (CHP) responded to multiple reports that the two dogs were running on the 15 freeway near Stoddard Wells Road. When the officer arrived, they located the two Huskies running in and out of the traffic lanes of the freeway. The responding officer stopped the freeway traffic and the Huskies ran around one mile on the freeway before stopping. The officer drove up close to the then exhausted dogs and he opened the back door of his patrol vehicle. The dogs, eager to get out of the heat, jumped into the back seat of the patrol car. CHP officials said that one of the dogs then jumped into the front seat of the vehicle.
The officer drove the dogs off the freeway to safety and opened the lanes to traffic. “One of the dogs had a collar with ID tags so we are hoping Animal Control will be able to find the owners of these two beautiful pups,” CHP officials said.
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