Ms Hurley was left “devastated” after the accident, her sister Katie said Liz Hurley’s dog, Hector, suffered a collapsed lung and a broken leg in the incident Katie described the van as travelling “too fast” on the private road, on which a speed limit cannot be enforced.She added: “The vet came and thankfully saved his life, which is miraculous. We nearly lost him because of this man’s appalling driving.”In response to the accident, an Amazon spokesperson said: “This incident does not reflect our high standards for customer obsession and we will ensure that it is resolved to the full satisfaction of the customer. ” Earlier this month, the company announced its UK-wide competition to find the Face of Amazon Pets – the winner of which will star in a photoshoot. A delivery company working for Amazon has paid Actress Liz Hurley’s veterinary bill after a driver ‘ran over her pet Labrador’.Ms Hurley was left “devastated” after Hector, her two-year-old pet dog, nearly died in an accident on a private road on her Herefordshire estate, Donnington Hall, in December.Now, nine months after the incident, in which the animal suffered a collapsed lung and a broken leg, a delivery company employed by Amazon has agreed to pay the £2,000 costs.Her sister, Katie Hurley, who was at Donnington Hall when the dog was injured, told The Mail on Sunday: “Elizabeth was absolutely devastated. She had organised for the walker to take him out with two of our other dogs, and then the next I heard was Hector howling.”He had staggered back to the house. He collapsed and was bleeding in my arms. We thought we were going to lose him, it was just hideous.” Ms Hurley, said: “[The courier company] have finally settled the bill and it has taken them nine months to do so. That’s all I can say about it.”The revelation follows reports earlier this year that the former model was left shaken up after interrupting a burglary at her Herefordshire mansion in November, which is believed to have resulted in jewellery being stolen. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.