‘Follow me’: Dog finds cops, leads them to owner’s car crash

‘A real-life Lassie story’

LEBANON, N.H.– A German guard called Tinsley led New Hampshire state police to the site of its proprietor’s rollover crash.

Both the lorry’s residents were seriously wounded, yet thanks to Tinsley’s initiatives they rapidly got medical support once policemans found their truck, which went off the roadway near a Vermont interstate joint, WMUR-TV reported Tuesday.

A New Hampshire state trooper and Lebanon police started chasing down what they believed was a lost canine, yet it led them to a broken guardrail, and the rollover accident down an embankment near the Interstate 91 as well as Interstate 89 joint in Vermont on Monday evening.

” The canine was attempting to show them something,” stated Lt. Daniel Baldassarre of the New Hampshire State Police. “He kept attempting to get away from them but didn’t run away totally. It was kind of, ‘Follow me. Follow me.’ And they did that, and you understand, to their surprise to see the guardrail damaged as well as to look down to where the canine is considering, it’s just, they were practically in shock.

” I kind of compare it to, for those that remember, a real-life Lassie tale,” Baldassarre said.

Tinsley’s owner, Webcam Laundry, was not using a seat belt, had been expelled from the vehicle, and also hypothermia was setting in when police officers as well as an aid car arrived. His passenger was extra seriously injured.

” It’s truthfully exceptional,” Washing claimed of what his canine, Tinsley, did. “It’s a miracle!”

NECN-TV reports that Washing has been charged with driving intoxicated.