Puppy that ran away after Parker crash found

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Sebastian reunited with his owner. Credit: Parker Police Department

PARKER, Colo. — The Parker Police Department said a puppy and his owner were reunited Saturday morning after it asked the public for help finding the that ran away after a car crash Friday morning.

PPD says Sebastian, a 6-month-old golden retriever, was in a vehicle that was involved in a serious crash near 18400 Cottonwood Drive — near the junction of E-470 and South Parker Road — around 11:30 a.m.

The driver was taken to the hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries. Sebastian “got spooked and bolted,” according to police.

The puppy was last seen going north through the Broadstone Montane Apartments complex.

Parker police shared a picture with us of the happy reunion between owner and puppy with FOX31.

We did not have information about how or where Sebastian was found.

 

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