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K-9 sisters serving miles apart reunited at Kentucky Derby

Two K-9 officers, who are also birth sisters, got a chance to see each other again after...
Two K-9 officers, who are also birth sisters, got a chance to see each other again after serving hundreds of miles apart.(ATF Louisville)
Published: May. 7, 2022 at 6:07 PM EDT
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) - Two K-9 officers, who are also birth sisters, got a chance to see each other again after serving hundreds of miles apart.

ATF K-9 Officer Hilton, serving as a explosives detection K-9 in Columbus, Ohio, met up with her sister, Nashville ATF K-9 Officer Corey at Churchill Downs on Saturday, according to ATF Louisville.

The two officers were brought into Louisville to work the Kentucky Derby and ensure guests had a safe visit.

ATF Louisville posted a picture of the reunion on its Twitter page on Saturday morning. The two K-9 officers even took the time to meet and take photos with spectators at the Derby.

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