MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — This weekend, more than 30 remaining shelter dogs will arrive in Minnesota from down south after 11 died during a trip to the Twin Cities earlier this month.

The surviving dogs will arrive Sunday at the Animal Humane Society in Golden Valley. If the dogs don’t need any additional medical treatment, they will be up for adoption on July 26.

READ MORE: Survey: Average American Eats 4 Salads A Week

Earlier this month, 50 shelter dogs were on their way to Minnesota from Southern Pines Animal Shelter in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, when the van carrying them broke down.

READ MORE: Valleyfair Opens For The Season: Previewing The Food And Renovations

Eleven of the dogs were found dead inside.

MORE NEWS: 2 Killed, 8 Injured In Chicago Mass Shooting (CBS Chicago)

The Southern Pines group director said carbon monoxide poisoning from a mechanical malfunction may be to blame for the dogs’ deaths.