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‘Guardian angel’ dog saves owner by running to get help after truck crash

 Officers saw the German Shepherd running down the interstate — and soon realized he was trying to lead them to the crash, getting urgent care for her owner.


You're a hero, Tinsley!


We all remember the old Television series Lassie, about a smart collie who's always suitable to save people , like running for help when Timmy gets stuck in the well. 



While it sounds far- brought, it turns out the show isn’t too far from real life we ’ve seen numerous stories of real, quick-thinking pets who have saved lives by running to help . That was the case lately, when a heroic German led police to the scene of a auto crash, helping to save his proprietor. According to New Hampshire State Police, on January 3 Trooper Sandberg and officers from the Lebanon Police Department saw a German canineloose on the interstate.


They tried to take in the canine, but it ran out down the trace, crossing into Vermont. The officers followed — and soon realized the canine wasn’t running from them, but was trying to lead them . They discovered a damaged rail, which led them to a poorly damaged, rolled-over volley truck . Two inhabitants of the vehicle were hurt on the scene They were alive but “ hypothermic and seriously injured.”




It turned out that the German Cowgirl, named Tinsley, was also in the vehicle at the time of the crash — and the smart canine had run for help. “ It snappily came apparent that Tinsley led Trooper Sandberg to the crash point and injured inhabitants,” New Hampshire State Police wrote on Facebook. Thankfully, Tinsley wasn't hurt in the accident. The officers called for medical backing for the injured men. One of the men was Cam Laundry, Tinsley’s proprietor. He was proud of his canine’s quick-thinking, and wasn’t surprised he looked after him when he need.




“ he’s my little guardian angel,” Cam told CBS Boston. “ It’s a phenomenon how he has that kind of intelligence to do what he did.” “ he noway leaves my side,” he told WMUR. “ So we ’re always together in that truck that got wrecked he’s always myco-pilot, he’s always with me.” And Tinsley continued to be there for her proprietor, indeed after saving his life the “ guardian angel” watched over him as he recovered from the incident. “ The whole time we were starting our patient care it sat there nice and calm right coming to its proprietor,” said Captain Jack Hedges of Hartford Fire Department.

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