The TTC is asking for help in locating the owner of a dog who took refuge under a TTC bus after being hit by car in Scarborough.
Spokesperson Brad Ross tweeted Sunday morning that the injured dog had been found Saturday night underneath a bus near Eglinton and Warden.
“The driver of the car stopped to try to help the dog, but the dog was injured and afraid and ran away and sought refuge under a bus that was at a stop,” said Ross.
Ross said he was coaxed out with the help of TTC employees and Toronto Animal Control and was taken to the vet.
The dog is not chipped and did not have a collar on.
This sweet dog was struck by a car last night near Eglinton and Warden. Injured and afraid, he took refuge under one of our buses. Thanks to our operator, supervisor, police and Toronto Animal Contol he was safely coaxed out and taken to a vet. No collar or microchip. Know him? pic.twitter.com/uk2HnTsEdm
— Brad Ross (@bradTTC) October 14, 2018