Redbone Coonhound Named Copper Found Six Days After Fleeing Fatal Daytona Beach Car Crash

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Copper will attend memorial service for owner

A dog missing after a fatal Daytona Beach car crash was found after six days and reunited with its owners.

DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA – A dog missing after a fatal Daytona Beach car crash was found after six days and reunited with its owners.

The redbone coonhound named Copper took off after the Jan. 14 crash that killed 35-year-old Crystal Duncan.

The Daytona Beach News-Journal reported that Duncan was taking the dog to a veterinarian when the crash happened.

Duncan’s partner Scott Jackson had been looking for the 2-year-old dog since then. Copper was found Friday huddled in bushes near a college campus.

The dog needed a few stitches from a neck wound likely suffered in the car crash.

Jackson says Copper will be attending a memorial service Saturday for Duncan.

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