Denver Anchor Apologizes After Seeing Dog in Hot Car

By Kevin Eck 

After KUSA anchor Kyle Clark saw a dog trapped in a hot car on a hot day, he said he thought about putting a rock through the window to save it. Then he said he needed to apologize.

Clark posted video of the Honda CRV with the dog in it to his Facebook page. You can hear the dog crying.

He said the owner “basically laughed” after Clark confronted him and told him it wasn’t cool to leave a dog in a hot car like that.


So Clark said he needed to apologize, but not to the owner. “I’m sorry that your dog does not have better humans,” said Clark.