Dog, Whiskey, missing since Ogunquit, Maine crash has been found safe

Dog, Whiskey, missing since Ogunquit, Maine crash has been found safe

OGUNQUIT, Maine — Whiskey, a single of 9 searching puppies who fled a rollover, has been found, risk-free and seem.

Condition Trooper Matthew Williams was traveling on the Maine Turnpike on Saturday evening when a couple of speedy glints on the aspect of the street caught his eye.

Williams knew what individuals glints in the darkness ended up: eyes.

Eye reflections along the tree line on the freeway are popular, Williams stated on Sunday. He reported he routinely sees the eyes of deer, bears and coyotes as the headlights of passing cars replicate off them. Williams has even viewed the glint of a bobcat.

Maine State Trooper Matthew Williams is seen here with Whiskey, the West Virginia hunting dog who had been missing for days, following a traffic accident on the Maine Turnpike in Ogunquit on Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2022.

On Saturday, nevertheless, the eyes he spotted belonged to an animal for whom everyone in the area experienced had their individual eyes peeled for times.

“This time, the good news is, it occurred to be Whiskey,” Williams reported.

Whiskey fled near the Mile 14 marker of the turnpike in Ogunquit on Wednesday, Sept. 14. In accordance to Maine Point out Police, the accident happened when William Funkhouser, 38, of Baker, West Virginia, was traveling northbound on the turnpike when he fell asleep at the wheel of his 2021 Toyota Tacoma, swerved into the middle lane, swiped a tractor-trailer, and rolled in excess of on to the aspect of the highway at around 9:30 a.m.