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Appeal to find dog involved in A34 fatal crash

West Berkshire residents asked to keep an eye out for missing Honey

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Appeal to find dog that escaped from A34 fatal crash

AN appeal has been launched to find a dog that escaped from a car caught up in the fatal crash on the A34 yesterday evening.

West Berkshire residents are being urged to keep an eye out for Honey the Labrador, who has not been seen since the collision which killed four people and injured 12 others at 5.10pm.

A post on Facebook published this afternoon asks people: "Can you please post this picture of our dog Honey, she escaped yesterday from the car during an accident yesterday on the A34, as you can imagine this is a highly stressful time, and would do anything to get Honey back to give the family some comfort.. If you see this dog please contact the police/local vets as they are aware of this."

The post has already been shared more than 300 times.

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  • sayitasitis

    11/08/2016 - 22:10

    They've found it now :-)

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