Ohio State Highway Patrol officer uses sandwich to rescue stray dog from traffic

An Ohio State Highway Patrol officer used his lunch to help lure a stray dog that was running in and out of traffic.

Sgt. Jeff Kramer was traveling along Interstate 75 north of Dayton and spotted traffic coming to a halt, according to our news partners at WBNS-TV.

He eventually found a stray dog running between lanes and took action to help it.

After a two-hour pursuit, battling snow mounds and traffic, Sgt. Kramer eventually came up with a plan.

Between using a sandwich he had for lunch and some rope for a makeshift leash, he was finally able to get the dog to safety.

The dog was taken to the Montgomery County Animal Resource Center where she is safe and out of the cold, WBNS reports.

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