Again people, Fla Gal did not go out hunting the dog with a truck. She didn't purposely run the dog over. The dog was in the road and couldn't be avoided and got hit. It was coincidence that it was the offending dog. She's an animal lover and wouldn't go out of her way to run the dog over. It couldn't be avoided. It's narrow, dark road, sharp curve and a black dog. That's a recipe for the dog to get hit. I have nearly hit it on several occassions, but was able to stop. She didn't see him, felt the bump, bump, looked back and it was the dog hobbling back to it's house. I thought it was poetic justice that she was able to hit this dog. Of all the animals that she could have possibly hit that night, possum, raccoon, armadillo, coyote, rabbit, etc., that live out there, it was his chicken killing dog that go hit.