At 7:30 p.m. on August, 18th in Louisville, Kentucky, a couple watched as a driver hit a dog and then floored the gas pedal and drove off. The good samaritans ran into the street, scooped the dog up, and then drove to the closet veterinary clinic. Having only $70, the clinic veterinarian examined the pup, administered pain meds, and then sent the couple on their way. For several hours they sat in their van with the pup they named Lucky and emailed and called every agency they could looking for help. Lucky was having trouble breathing, and they knew that she had a severely broken hind leg. Shortly before midnight, they called the Ohio SPCA and received the help they so desperately needed.