Mail truck catches fire in downtown Jackson TN

JACKSON TN — A U.S. Postal Service mail delivery truck caught fire Wednesday afternoon in downtown Jackson. It is not yet clear what caused the blaze. No injures were reported.

The mail carrier was on his way back to the post office at the end of his route and had finished his deliveries, according to a postal supervisor on scene.

The only mail in the truck at the time was what the carrier had picked up on the route, and he was able to safely get it out of the truck, according to the supervisor.

Source: Mail truck catches fire in downtown Jackson – WBBJ TV

Wisconsin: Fire destroys LLV, ignites field

A postal truck went up in flames in a Windsor neighborhood early this afternoon, igniting a nearby field before being extinguished.

The driver was not injured in the fire, but the postal truck was a complete loss. The grass fire was contained and there was no damage to private property.

The fire occurred at around 12:30 p.m. on Forest Park Dr. between Longfellow Ct. and Great Bridge Dr. in the Revere Trails development.

Jon Yaskel, of DeForest Area Fire & EMS, said that a call went out for a vehicle fire and that county sheriffs, who were on scene, notified them that the fire had spread to a nearby field.

Source: Fire destroys postal truck, ignites field – DeForest Times-Tribune: Local

Video: LLV catches fire in Tyler, Texas- carrier OK, mail destroyed 

TYLER, TX (KLTV) -Folks in a Tyler neighborhood will be missing some mail Tuesday, after a mail truck caught fire.

The fire happened around noon in the 1800 block of Holly Lake Circle.

“When we arrived, the fire was fully involved and we extinguished the fire,” said Captain George Fletcher with the Tyler Fire Department,

Fire officials say the call came in at 12:20 p.m. “I saw smoke out of the dining room window. I came outside and our mail carrier’s truck was on fire,” said resident Debbie Brewer.

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Video: Another LLV catches fire in Wisconsin

ONALASKA, Wis. (WKBT) – Firefighters responded to Theater Road in Onalaska where a U.S. Postal Service truck that caught fire on Monday afternoon. Onalaska firefighters told News 8 no one was injured in the fire. Some bystanders helped save the mail from burning. The call came in at about 3:45 p.m.

Raw video: Mail truck fire in Onalaska on Theater Road

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TRAFFIC ALERT (4:30 p.m.): Part of Theater Road in Onalaska is closed while emergency crews respond to this incident.

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Video: LLV catches fire after collision with car in Houston

Some mail was destroyed earlier today, but no injuries were reported when a car collided with an LLV in Houston- the LLV burst into flames:

Hopefully your check wasn't in the mail!

Posted by John Donnelly FOX 26 on Monday, July 6, 2015

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USPS truck burns in Manitowoc, some mail destroyed

Some letters and packages may not reach their destination after a fire destroyed a mail truck in Manitowoc.

At about 11:45 a.m., Tuesday, June 30, a United States Postal Service delivery vehicle caught on fire while the letter carrier was driving on Victoria Drive off Wisconsin 42.

“There was a loud explosion, and then flames started shooting out of (the vehicle),” Officer in Charge Roy Stobl said.

The carrier wasn’t injured, but some mail set to be delivered to customers and some outgoing mail was damaged or destroyed in the blaze.

Source: USPS truck burns in Manitowoc, some mail destroyed

LLV bursts into flames in Arizona

PHOENIX (KPHO/KTVK) -A mail truck caught on fire near Anthem Thursday afternoon, blocking a northbound off-ramp on I-17.It happened around 3:30 p.m., and the Anthem ramp was shut down for a short time.

Peter Hass, a spokesman for the U.S. Post Office in Phoenix, tells us that no mail was lost in the fire.

The driver was not hurt.

Source: Mail truck bursts into flames near Anthem – CBS 5 – KPHO