Dog missing after fatal I-5 winter storm crash

VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP) - A Vancouver, Wash., veterinary clinic says it's hoping to locate a Yorkshire terrier missing since her Oregon owner was killed in a storm-related Interstate 5 pileup in southwest Washington.

The Columbian reports ( http://is.gd/RjpBJ0) that the East Padden Animal Hospital posted a photo of the missing dog named Daisy to its Facebook page.

The Washington State Patrol says 39-year-old Matthew Scott of Tualatin, Ore., died in the crash last Thursday that involved 28 vehicles. Seven other people were injured. A fierce winter storm brought snow and treacherous driving conditions to much of the Northwest.

The newspaper says the dog was wearing a collar with tags.

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Information from: The Columbian, http://www.columbian.com


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