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Wind Gust Carries Away Chihuahua In Michigan

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Wind Gust Carries Away Chihuahua In Michigan

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A woman in the Midwest named Dorothy watched her little dog get carried away by high winds. Dorothy Utley's Chihuahua Tinker Bell took flight Saturday in a 70-mph gust of wind. The Detroit News reported that "witnesses last saw the dog airborne, heading south over Dixie Highway." Utley says a pet psychic led her to Tinker Bell, who was found nearly a mile away, dirty, hungry and happy to see her.

RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne.

A woman in the Midwest named Dorothy watched her little dog get carried away by high winds. That would be Dorothy Utley, whose Chihuahua, Tinker Bell, took flight Saturday in a 70-mile-an-hour gust of wind.

The Detroit News reported witnesses last saw the dog airborne, heading south over Dixie Highway. Dorothy Utley says it was a pet psychic who led her to Tinker Bell nearly a mile away - dirty, hungry, and very happy to see her.

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