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Vanderburgh Co. Residents Still Not Receiving Mail

The slippery conditions are making mail delivery very difficult.
The slippery conditions are making mail delivery very difficult. Actually, two postal workers fell on the ice today. Four others had their mail trucks slide off the road. That's one of the reasons why some families aren't getting their mail.

Mary Earley and her neighbors along Mt. Pleasant Rd. in northern Vanderburgh County say they haven't had a postal worker come by. Their streets are clear, and snow was pushed away from their mail boxes. But there's still a risk for mail carriers.

The post office told Eyewitness News yesterday they'd be up to 100 percent delivery today, but Early says that's not the case.

"Our street is clear because it is a snow route the paper carrier has made it out every day," said Early. So, there is no safety issue involved from the storm.  I can see maybe one or two days when the storm first hit. But going in the fifth day, there's no excuse."
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