Elizabeth Hurley's pet dog almost died after being run over by an Amazon delivery driver, it was reported.
The actress's two-year-old Labrador Hector suffered a collapsed lung and a broken leg in the incident at her estate in Herefordshire last December.
The retail giant has now agreed to pay after a nine-month dispute, the vet bills of the beloved puppy, the Mail on Sunday.
Liz's sister Katie Hurley told the newspaper that the model was "utterly devastated" at the time and that the family feared that her beloved pet would not come through.
"The vet came and fortunately saved his life, which is a miracle," she said. "We almost lost him because of the terrible driving of this man."
The family asked Amazon to pay the vet bills – they claimed a total of £ 2,000 – but the company initially declined, she added.
Amazon agreed to pay the bill "fairly quickly" after legal action threatened, Katie said.
The company informed the post office that the van had been contracted but said the matter was "resolved to the satisfaction of the customer".