Kids raise money for dog injured by alleged DUI driver

October 30, 2013 6:51:25 PM PDT
Students at private school in Belmont are raising money for a dog that was seriously injured when his owners were hit and killed by an accused drunk driver.

Children at Serendipity School will donate the money for the Humane Society helping care for Teddy. The kids are buying tickets for a chance to guess the number of candy corn pieces in a jar. The winner gets a surprise.

Teddy's owners, Balbir and Kamal Singh were out walking with him in Menlo Park last Friday when a suspected drunk driver crashed into them. They have three children.

The driver is in custody.

Teddy still has swelling on his brain, but veterinarians say he will be OK in time.

The Serendipity School children are grateful they can do something to help the family, by helping Teddy.