SAN DIEGO (CNS) - California Highway Patrol officers chased a brown pit bull that was running in and out of traffic on State Road 94 Sunday.
The roaming canine did not cause any traffic incidents after running on the road, a CHP dispatcher said.
It first was seen at about 3:12 p.m. on the on the right shoulder of westbound 94 near 25th Street and made its way to the center divide as it reached 28th Street and returned to the right shoulder, the dispatcher said.
Officers lost track of the dog as it quickly made its way toward the southbound State Road 15 connector, the dispatcher said.
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