A crash on Lake Shore Drive in Chicago led to the dramatic rescue of a dog who fell into Lake Michigan.
Police were nearby because of a multiple-vehicle crash in the area. The GMC Terrain then hit a Chevy Malibu, and the Malibu hit a Dodge Durango. Occupants from the Terrain and the Malibu were taken to Northwestern Hospital for treatment.
Someone ran away from the Toyota Camry after the crash, and police were looking for him or her.
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Footage from a hovering TV helicopter shows the dog leaning over and lapping at the water, possibly in an effort to get a drink.
The officers put the dog in a police SUV and drove off.
After the rescue, another officer was able to get a leash on the dog.
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The dog fled the scene and then jumped into Lake Michigan. The dog was inside one of the vehicles, but it's still unclear which one. "As I witnessed this, I was just hoping that Farris wouldn't fall in", Guzman said.
Police originally said they thought the dog jumped out of one of the cars that crashed, but now they are not sure where the dog came from. If nobody claims him, the officer who rescued him says he might adopt the dog. Police are trying to find out if he has an owner.
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