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  • Meet 'Freeway Frida,' the dog rescued from Highway 99 median

    The veterinarian treating the German shepherd for a fractured leg called her a "a really lovely little dog." The female shepherd, dubbed 'Freeway Frida,' spent five weeks living in a freeway median after she was seen falling from a pickup truck. She was rescued Saturday by Galt Police and California Highway Patrol officers.

The veterinarian treating the German shepherd for a fractured leg called her a "a really lovely little dog." The female shepherd, dubbed 'Freeway Frida,' spent five weeks living in a freeway median after she was seen falling from a pickup truck. She was rescued Saturday by Galt Police and California Highway Patrol officers. Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee
The veterinarian treating the German shepherd for a fractured leg called her a "a really lovely little dog." The female shepherd, dubbed 'Freeway Frida,' spent five weeks living in a freeway median after she was seen falling from a pickup truck. She was rescued Saturday by Galt Police and California Highway Patrol officers. Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee

Freeway Frida awaits surgery, draws nationwide attention

May 19, 2016 4:30 PM

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