Two women in Tennessee face animal cruelty charges after they were stopped with 128 dogs in a Uhaul truck.
Police say the dogs were crammed three or four to a crate.
Officials say it's likely the animals hadn't been walked or fed in days.
One of the dogs died. The rest are being looked after by animal rescue groups.
The women say they were driving from California to Virginia.
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