More than 100 puppies have been rescued from a truck which overturned in New York.
The driver had been speeding and crashed the truck off road, Daily News reported.
Emily Woodrum was taking 103 puppies to local shops, but flipped the truck into a ditch just outside the town of Avoca when she lost control of the vehicle.
Thankfully police were able to save every dog from the wreckage, with help from a tow truck.
Two dogs are said to have suffered serious injuries, but they are not life-threatening. Three other dogs were also injured, but the rest were unscathed.
Although it is not clear where the puppies came from, Finger Lakes SPCA claimed they were most likely from a "puppy mill."
However no signs or abuse or cruelty towards the dogs has been discovered.
The driver's condition has not been reported, and it is not yet known whether she will face charges.
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