Tinsley, a German shepherd proved to be a loyal dog assisting New Hampshire State Police in locating two persons who were ejected and critically injured in a rollover car incident.
On Monday, about 10 p.m., police got a complaint of a lost dog on Interstate 89 near the New Hampshire-Vermont border. A loyal dog was discovered running in the road by the police officer. When the trooper approached, the dog rushed north towards Vermont.
After some time, officers discovered a broken portion of the railing near the Interstate 91 interchange. A heavily damaged pickup vehicle had wrecked there.
Both males in the truck had been forced out. They were severely injured and cold(hypothermia). The dog belonged to one of the injured men, according to State Police.
“It quickly became apparent that Tinsley led Trooper Sandberg and the Lebanon Police to the crash site and injured occupants,” police posted on Facebook.
Tinsley, who is just a year old was unharmed. The dog is credited with the men’s fast recovery, according to first responders.
“She’s my little guardian angel. It’s a miracle how she has that kind of intelligence to do what she did,” Laundry said.
Tinsley’s owner, Cam Laundry, stated that the dog is being rewarded with venison burgers and back scratches.