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ATOKA -- The Pitbull found helpless at the bottom of a Texoma bridge now has a new home.

The dog was tossed over the bridge in Choctaw County by teenagers in February.

She was rescued by a good samaritan and taken to All Animal Veterinary Hospital in Atoka. Workers nicknamed the dog "Miracle" because they couldn't believed she survived the fall.

She suffered a dislocated wrist and some cuts but has been recovering ever since.

Dozens of people were interested in adopting Miracle and Thursday we learned she has a woman in Durant has been chosen as the new owner. The new owner says she's looking into making her a therapy dog for people who need second chances just like Miracle received. She has also created a Facebook page called Miracle's Journey.