It took 45 minutes for crews from the sheriff's office, animal control and the local firehouse to get the terrified, soaking dog safely to dry land. "It took a little while to scale down either side of the interstate," Yoes said.
Amazingly, even though she had been tossed from such a height, the pittie wasn't hurt, just scared.
She had no ID except for a Florida Gators collar - the only clue about her past. Now Yoes and his officers are searching for the people involved. "We're just trying to figure out who the owner is," Yoes said. "The owner may not even be aware of what happened."