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I think that all dogs (unless super well trained) should never be out without being on a leash or otherwise restrained. It only takes a second for a tragedy.
I am glad your puppy is fine, please keep him safe. Ilive in the country too and while we don't have much traffic, what comes, often comes at a clip.
If I remember this correctly, the dog got out of a door that hadn't been closed property by some people working on the house and was hit while the family tried to get him back in the house. An accident.