Trapped in vehicle with dog for 5 days, Report

Trapped in vehicle with dog for 5 days, Report
Trapped in vehicle with dog for 5 days, Report

An Oregon man and his dog have been found alive after five days trapped in his car amid heavy snowfall, according to police.

Jeremy Taylor, 36, of Sunriver, Oregon, and his dog Ally were found on Friday by a snowmobile ride on Forest Service Road 40, the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement on Saturday.

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Authorities used a Snowcat vehicle to reach Taylor and Ally, who were in good condition but hungry, police said. Taylor had eaten taco sauce packets during the ordeal.

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Taylor’s vehicle got stuck on Sunday evening, Feb. 24. He then awoke the next day to find even more snow and was unable to get his Toyota 4Runner out, police said.

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The Bulletin, a newspaper covering central Oregon, reported that the area received historic snowfall on Feb. 25, up to 20 inches in some areas, the biggest February snowstorm in 118 years in that region of the state.


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