LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – A car crash in southwest Louisville sends a woman to the hospital and her dog chasing after the ambulance. The dog, a Siberian Husky named Bruce, is still missing and his owner Adellia Ingrim hopes increasing the reward money will bring him home.

“I miss him a lot and I want him back and I don't know how to get him back. I'm clueless here,” Ingrim said. “I don't know what I'm going to do without him.”

Last Saturday, Ingrim got into a crash at the Cane Run Road and Bells Lane intersection. Her truck flipped and she was knocked unconscious. She was driving home to New Albany after taking Bruce and a kitten to the Shively Animal Clinic.

“I don't remember being hit. I don't remember being in the truck when it was messed up. All I remember was waking up in an ambulance,” Ingrim said.

And her focus went straight to her pets.

“I was like where's my dog, where's my dog. Is my dog okay, is the cat okay? And they said the cat is at Shively and the dog ran,” Ingrim said.

When Ingrim was released from the hospital she went back to the scene and spoke with nearby business owners.

“They said 'yeah your dog wouldn't let anybody near him but he sat and watched them load you up and then he chased you for a bit,'” Ingrim said.

Ingrim took to social media to spread the word and had fliers made to post around town.

“I'll give $500 to anybody that can get him back. I just want him safe,” she said.

Ingrim and Bruce have been buddies for the last two years. She got him when he was a puppy and says he's always been there when she needed him.

“He's been with me through a lot of stuff. And I just don't know what to do without him,” Ingrim said.

Bruce is microchipped and can be scanned at any vet.

If you find him you can also call 812-850-1936 or 502-994-7479.

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