Puppy who disappeared after owner crashed car is rescued in mountains 13 days later
A 4-month-old puppy who went missing after her owner crashed his car in Arizona was rescued in the mountains and reunited with her owner, who is recovering in the hospital.
2 FRENCH BULLDOGS STOLEN IN ARIZONA ARE FOUND IN CALIFORNIA 18 MONTHS LATER, REPORT SAYS
Bella, an adopted mixed yellow lab, was on a cross-country trip from Alabama to Southern California with her owner, Michael Crocker, when he drove off Route 66 in Flagstaff, Ariz., on May 14.
Crocker was airlifted to a hospital in Phoenix but authorities were unable to locate the puppy until 13 days later, when a Humane Animal Rescue and Trapping Team member found the dog whimpering near the crash site, surrounded by broken glass and car parts.
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Officials say Crocker and Bella are recovering together in Southern California.