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Owner Looking For Dog That Ran Off Following A Rollover Crash On I-90

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Noodles The Basset/Beagle Mix Noodles The Basset/Beagle Mix
Noodles the Basset/Beagle mix with his friend. Noodles the Basset/Beagle mix with his friend.

SHOSHONE COUNTY, Idaho - The Pacific Northwest Animal Welfare Project is asking for your help in locating a lost Beagle/Basset mix that ran off following a rollover crash on Friday November 9th, 2012.

The accident happened Friday morning around 9:44am in the eastbound lanes of I-90 on 4th of July Pass between the summit and the Rose Lake/St. Maries/Harrison exit (#34). After the crash, the dog, Noodles, got out a broken back window and took off down I-90 heading eastbound. 

Noodles has a collar on with a VCA Rabies Tag along with contact information. The owner is offering a $50.00 reward. If you see noodles contact Denny Ingraham at (406) 883-2945.


 

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