Homes found for some Stratford dogs

The investigation into why 10 dogs died Tuesday in a van in Stratford after being transported from Kentucky continues as many of the surviving dogs were picked up by animal rescue groups and taken to new homes.Robin Durso, of Companions for Life, says many of the health certificates for the animals did not come in properly from Kentucky. The animal control officers have to match up the dogs with the proper forms and make sure all state requirements are met. Autopsies are being performed on the dogs in Hartford and results should be available in about a week. Joe Truman, the 65-year-old driver of the van from Kentucky, will be in court next Tuesday. He faces 10 counts of animal cruelty.

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