UPDATE: A dog that survived a deadly accident in Clark county is back home with his family this morning.
Thanks to donations from many people a veterinarian was able to perform the costly proceedure to save him.
In fact they gave more than the $2,000 needed for the surgery, so it'll be used for future vet bills.
Mary Malinowski, 24, of Thorp, Thomas Jurceka, 56, and Susan Jurceka, 57, both of Milwaukee died as a result. Initial investigation shows the drivers didn't see what was coming. One vehicle landed on top of the other in a ravine. What you might not know is that Malinowski's dog, "Duke" was rescued from the vehicle.
That's according to Diana Care with the Grassland Veterinary Service in Granton. She says the husky belonged to Malinowski. Care says the crash shattered "Duke's" thigh bone and it will cost around $2,000 to fix him.
She says the family of the woman wants to keep "Duke." The vet service wants to raise money to help the family out with those bills.
If you're interested in helping, donations can be sent to:
Grassland Veterinary Service
P.O. Box 100
Granton, WI. 54436
The photo is courtesy of Diana Care.