Dog saved by Connecticut State Police Trooper


MERIDEN, Conn. (WTNH) — A dog is back home with its family after being rescued by Connecticut State Police during Wednesday’s storm.

Connecticut State Police says one of it’s troopers from Troop I rescued a dog during Wednesday’s storm. They say the dog was found on Interstate-691 eastbound in Meriden.

State police say an Animal Control Officer retrieved the dog and it has been returned to its owner.

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