PRINEVILLE, OR -- Crook County Sheriff's deputies are looking for two dogs who went missing after being ejected during a car crash this morning. At 7:30 a.m., police found 26-year-old Amber Blasdell, of Prineville, lost control due to ice an rolled off Highway 380, near milepost 39. As the vehicle spun out of control, Blasdell's three dogs were ejected from the vehicle.
Deputies found Blasdell and one of the dogs lying on the ground outside of the vehicle. She was taken to St. Charles Hospital in Prineville with unknown injuries. The dog was taken to Prineville Veterinary Clinic.
The other two dogs have still not been found. The sheriff's office is asking anyone in the area to be on the lookout. One is a white Heeler named "Sam" and the other is a Chocolate Lab named "Griz." If found, contact the sheriff's office at (541) 447-6398.