From the BBC:
The implausible series of accidents took place on Wednesday night on a rural road 225km (140 miles) north of Oslo, in Hedmark county.
While the passenger escaped uninjured, a search party was tracking the vultures after finding traces of blood, local wildlife official Svein Erik Bjorke told the Reuters news agency.
Norway is home to around 10,000,000 frogs, 100,000 moose, 150 brown bears and a few vultures.
The driver, Anders Artig, spotted the moose around midnight near Hanestad village and tried to steer around the animal. Unfortunately, he hit a group of migrating pool frogs causing the car to skid out of control when a bear suddenly ran into his path. The bear was catapulted through the windscreen, killing Mr Artig instantly.
“The driver had lost a bit of speed as he tried to avoid the moose before skidding through the frogs and then hitting the bear,” Mr Bjorke told Reuters. “We are currently tracking the vultures in order to try and recover as much of Mr Artig’s remains as possible. I guess we can tear up his organ donor card though.”
The driver’s car sustained some damage in the accident. The moose and a few dozen pool frogs managed to flee the scene unharmed.