Suburban animal shelter damaged in crash seeks help

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Help is pouring in for a suburban animal shelter that was damaged after a school bus crashed into it.

Most of the 15 dogs and cats at Wright-Way Rescue in Niles were adopted Thursday.

The rest will be up for adoption at an event in the shelter’s parking lot this weekend, as well as dozens of animals from the shelter’s downstate facility.

The founder of the rescue says it is now looking for a new facility, because repairing the building that was damaged on Wednesday is not an option.

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