Police have released a video of a fatal car collision between two cars that killed a man and his dog.
Key points:Police have released video of the fatal crash between two vehicles in the Adelaide CBDA man was killed in the crash and his daughter and dog were injuredPolice said the man was a family friend of the dogThe dog was taken to the Adelaide Veterinarian and Medical Centre, where it was pronounced dead.
A dog handler said a car was involved in a fatal crash on Adelaide’s North Shore yesterday.
The man’s dog was killed and his two young children were injured.
The dog handler, who did not want to be named, said a man was driving east on Adelaide Street about 8.15am and stopped to help his family in a car that had been hit by a car.
He said he heard the man scream and saw the man lying on the ground.
“He said his dog was hit by the car and he was yelling for help and he said his kids were inside the car,” the handler said.
“The car came over and he had the dog on the floor.”
The dog is believed to have been a male German shepherd named Rolf.
The handler said he believed the dog had been struck by the back of a Ford Fiesta before the driver of the Fiesta turned the car on itself.
He also said he thought the man might have been driving while drunk.
“I just thought it was crazy,” he said.
The police investigation is ongoing.
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