Pueblo

Lost rescue dog found, search continues for other 3

PUEBLO, Colo. - It was announced on Tuesday that one of the dogs missing from the fatal crash just south of Pueblo has been found. The search continues for three others. 

Coco Chanel, black terrier, was found by patrol officer from Pueblo Animal Services at around noon as they were following her tracks. Willow, Powder, and Sandy are still loose from the crash that happened along I-25, near mile marker 72 on Friday morning. 

The rollover claimed the life of 59-year-old Charles Roberts. He and his son, who was injured in the wreck, were transporting a van full of rescue dogs to Fort Collins from Texas. 

Gretchen Pressley with the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region says crews continue to search in the area where the crash occurred. 

 


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