ORANGE PARK, Fla. -- Nadine Paffe, 26, works three jobs to provide for her family and her pets. What happened Nov. 30 has left her devastated: the family dog was hit by a speeding golf cart, Paffe says.
"She's a great, great dog," said Paffe. "I love this dog.
Sheila, a seven-year-old Australian Shepherd, was in the front yard playing with the kids. Everyone went in and Sheila ran after a ball near the curb. That's when she was reportedly hit by a speeding golf cart driver.
"He came around the corner, didn't see her and ran completely over her," Paffe said.
The nanny, Halley Chute, ran from the house and saw the driver over the dog, but he denied hitting her.
"I did a police report," said Paffe. "They documented it as a hit and run because he denied it."