Kristin Yoshida and Milo were out for a walk when a woman tried to jump from the CTA stop at Kinzie and Wells. Yoshida pulled the woman to safety, but dropped Milo's leash. She said she called a "dog communicator" who suggested Milo might be in a parking garage. Yoshida's father found the dog in the parking garage of Yoshida's building.
"We were on the phone for less than an hour and he led me right to my dog. And he kept saying something about the number five. I always park down here and today my car is on the fifth floor because there was no parking when I came home," Yoshida said.
Milo was thirsty and hungry when she found him, but seems to be fine.