Animal control, police working to find dog ejected from family vehicle

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A Woodhaven, Michigan, family’s golden retriever, ejected from their car during a rollover crash Sunday morning, is still missing.

The Stevensons were traveling to Mayville to visit family Christmas morning just before 10 when they struck a slick spot on I-75 and flipped over several times.

Wade Stevenson, Ruth Stevenson, and their 4-year-old daughter Hazel were not hurt. However, the family’s dog, named Red, took off after the crash and ran into a wooded area near the freeway.

“Just a couple scratches to honest. Even the Christmas presents didn’t get scratched. I don’t understand,” said Wade Stevenson.

Auburn Hills Police, animal control, and dozens of volunteers are looking for Red, who’s been spotted several times in a business park a couple miles from the crash site, near Harmon Road and Atlantic Boulevard.

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