It had stormed the last 24 hours, and Curran suspected that the bat - whom she named Lenny - had gotten tossed and tumbled in the wind. He'd probably hit a wall at high speed, and dropped onto the roof.
Whatever happened, when Curran reached him, she saw that Lenny needed help - quickly. "I took him straight to the vet for assessment," Curran said. "Secured him in a wire-top carry cage, with a fleece sling so that he could rest, kind of like a human patient would lie down in a trolley on the way to the hospital in an ambulance."