A dog named "Kirra," disappeared after being ejected from a vehicle which was involved in a multi-car pile-up on I-94 in Racine County, Wis., reported Sunday's Fox 6 Now News.
Kirra, a six-year-old, Labrador/beagle mix, was wearing a collar and is implanted with a microchip; she is described as a shy dog.
According to ABC News 7, dozens of cars were involved in the huge pile-up which injured 50 people and left one man dead; snowy road conditions are blamed for the accidents.
On Sunday evening, a flier for the missing dog was posted to the Lost Dogs of Wisconsin Facebook page
Six-year-old Kirra will likely bolt if approached. If anyone spots this dog, they are asked to email email@example.com or call: 262-949-2669 or Valorie’s husband, at 608-444-8682.
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