Min Tims, a "distraught" woman in Queensland, Australia, accidentally ran over the 2-inch frog, according to Deborah Pergolotti, the president of Frog Safe, an animal wildlife rescue and rehabilitation facility that treated the little amphibian.
"Since the care it would require was far too complicated for an untrained person to do," she suggested the frog be flown from Mount Isa, a city in Queensland, to Cairns to its facility, more than 700 miles away, Pergolotti told ABC News.
Thanks to three businesses donating their services - an animal transport company, a courier service and an Australian airline - the green tree frog was able to receive treatment.
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