August 24, 2014 Leave a comment Did a Google Street View car kill a dog? By Komando Staff jessicakirsh / Shutterstock.com Google has big plans to map the entire globe using every trick at its disposal. It's climbed mountains, gone underwater, and nothing will stand in its way. Not even a dog, apparently. -advertisement- In a hopefully-not-true revelation, one of Google's camera cars has posted images of a street in Chile of a dog that has seemingly been run over by the car. You can click here to navigate the streets to see it yourself. Maybe it's a case of the run-over donkey from last year? Many people claimed that Google showed images of a donkey being hit and then filming its death throes as it lay it the dirt. In fact, the animal had been rolling in the dirt, then got up and moved out of the way for the car to pass. But this poor pooch may not be so lucky. You can see the image of the cute dog roaming in the street below. WARNING: Some of these images may be emotionally disturbing. Proceed at your own discretion. Next page: Keep going to see what happened to the dog. Continued on next page12Next View All Leave a comment Previous Happening Now Hackers can break a computer's encryption just by touching it Next Happening Now You won't believe what Facebook doesn't show you Related Articles 3 secrets to get to the top of Google Search results Awesome Android calendar app available for iPhones How to get the most out of Google Now Cloud services: How do they compare?