Video: Dog almost gets hit after running into Tour de France course

A dog almost causes a crash at the Tour de France by running into the middle of the course in Corsica.

A dog almost collided with cyclists after running into the middle of the course in Corsica during the Tour de France.

The small white dog managed to get away from its owner and run into the pathway of the peloton, who were nearing the end of the 96-mile run.

Despite standing in the middle of the road, as soon as the cyclists came into view, the dog was able to run to the other side to safety.

Watch how the dog almost caused a crash below:

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