Goldendoodle found in Colorado mountains 3 weeks after crash

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Bentley, a 1-yr old Goldendoodle, was on a trip to the Colorado mountains in Chaffee Co. with his family earlier this month when their Jeep slid from the road and fell 600 feet. The driver of the vehicle, Jennifer Orr, passed away at the scene and her daughter was seriously injured and had to be airlifted to Pueblo. Bentley was tossed from the car and spent 3 weeks lost in the mountains. In the midst of tragedy, the Orr family wanted desperately to find their dog. Last week he was spotted above the Jeep wreckage waiting for his family to return. What happened next is truly incredible.

Family finds dog 3 weeks after crash

A couple of weeks ago, we told you about 1-year-old goldendoodle Bentley, who was thrown from a Jeep as it plummeted 600 feet off a rugged Chaffee County road. The crash killed 43-year-old Jennifer Orr and injured her daughter, who is Bentley's owner. For 19 days, the family prayed for a miracle: that they would find Bentley alive. Yesterday, it happened:

Posted by KKTV 11 News on Sunday, August 26, 2018

The family says Bentley was dehydrated and a little malnourished, but otherwise is doing fine.


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