Here's How Hot It Gets Inside a Mail Truck

A family is grieving the loss of a loved one after mail carrier Peggy Frank, 63, was found dead in her mail truck in California earlier this month. Her family now wants to know whether she was killed by extreme temperatures while on the job. 

The temperature outside was a record 117 degrees on the day Frank passed. “Our thoughts and prayers are with the employee's family at this difficult time,” the U.S. Postal Service told Inside Edition. “The unfortunate incident involving this employee remains under investigation.”

This is a good reminder to take care of your postal carrier! Try leaving a frozen bottle of water in or near your mailbox in the morning for your postal carrier!



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