YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) — The Mahoning County Dog Warden is searching for the owner of a dog after it was found injured by train tracks near Waverly Avenue on Sunday.
The Youngstown Police Department originally called the dog warden to pick up the dog for a broken leg. The warden took the dog to MedVet Girard, where it died from its injuries.
The dog warden said the dog had head trauma and likely was hit by a train.
The warden is encouraging the owner to call them on Monday at 330-740-2205 to claim the dog.
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A photo of the dog is posted on the Mahoning County Dog Warden’s Facebook page.