In a car crash in Idaho killed 2 people and 14 dogs

2 people and 14 dogs have died in the accident on Interstate 15 in Eastern Idaho. Close to Shelly crashed the truck, which was carrying animals in canadian shelter. The driver and passenger, both from Phoenix, died from his injuries. Reported by the New York Post, citing a police statement, Idaho.

Investigators say the truck was carrying 48 dogs in calgary (Alberta, Canada). A few animals escaped. To date, 18 of them were caught. 16 dogs was never found.

Police said 16 dogs were still unaccounted for after the crash.

— WSPA 7News (@WSPA7) May 15, 2020

The accident occurred when the truck swerved off the roadway and crashed into an embankment. According to authorities, the driver, 40-year-old Christopher Kracht, was taken to hospital where he died from his injuries. His passenger, 38-year-old Ann Watson, was declared dead at the scene.

Investigators say the truck was taking 48 dogs of mixed breeds and different sizes to Calgary in Alberta, Canada, for adoption.

— KX News (@KXMB) May 17, 2020

Local animal shelters will care for the surviving dogs, while representatives of animal rescue can’t take them to Canada, where the surviving dogs are already waiting for new owners.