If you live in the Warrington area and don’t receive your mail today, here’s why: About 50 racks of mail (the official USPS measuring unit, I guess) were splatted across a 100-yard stretch of Rt. 611 after an 18-wheeler apparently dumped them there. From the looks of it, several thousand items were being gathered up from the road and placed back in the truck. See, USPS, this is what happens when you make postal workers all nervous that you’re going to cut Saturday delivery. The hands start shaking, the truck loses control, the mail gets lost, and everybody loses. [NBC 10]
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