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While most people in northern and mid-Michigan are hunkered down inside during the harsh, snowy conditions, many people are forced to brave the elements.
Some mail carriers for the U.S. Postal Service got a head start Wednesday to try and beat the storm.
“I have about 690 houses, 690 deliveries,” says U.S. Postal Service mail carrier Jon Conley
People like Jon still have to brave the conditions, and do what they can to make it as easy as possible.
Meet postal worker Shirley Hall who bundles up every winter to deliver mail in NYC.
JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) -Flood waters and closed roads are now affecting mail delivery from the United States Postal Service.
Postmaster Rob Driskell told Region 8 News this situation is a minor bump in the road but they’ve dealt with worse.
“Yesterday (Monday) was the first day we experienced any problems due to the rain and flooded roads,” Driskell said. “We currently service over 35,000 addresses here in Jonesboro and we had less than 100 that we weren’t able to get to yesterday.”
Driskell said that mail was kept on Monday to be delivered again Tuesday.
HARTFORD – Whether it’s the bone-chilling cold we’re facing now or the scorching heat we sweat through in the summer, the letter carriers for the United States Postal Service brave the elements to make sure we get our mail.
Paul Crooks is one of those carriers in Hartford, delivering mail for 24 years. Each morning, he brings the mail to an estimated 500 homes in the city.
“Every day is like a little snow globe for me,” Crooks said, describing his typical winter day.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) – Now that the city is getting back to normal after the President’s Day snowstorm, many in Louisville hope mail service will do the same.
A spokesperson told WHAS11 News Sunday they hope to be able to make all deliveries Monday.
This announcement comes shortly after our story aired about Fern Creek residents who have had little, to no mail delivery service since the snowstorm.
Lexington, Ky, (WTVQ) — If you had trouble driving this week, so did mail carriers.
ABC 36 news received emails and phone calls this week from people asking, "Where’s our mail?" ABC 36 found out some people not only want their mail, they need it.It’s been a long week for everyone, especially for the U.S. Postal Service.
There are many angry customers out there wondering where their mail is. For others, mail is more than just bills and flyers.
"We do have medicine that is delivered," says Rebecca Woosley.
"It’s an important package, some medical items," says frustrated customer.
For Woosley, she’s been checking her mailbox all week. She says the last time she received mail was Saturday.
Read more: Frustrated customers: "Where's our mail?" – WTVQ.
LEXINGTON, Mass. (WHDH) – The snow banks are piled high, presenting challenges for mail carriers in the form of blocked sidewalks and pathways.
"This is the worst winter I’ve ever seen. This is the worst. Yes," said Lang Conteh, a U.S. Postal Service carrier.
He has been delivering mail for 10 years and said his job has never been such a challenge — not even during the holiday rush. The five feet of snow since late January were wearing on him.
WORCESTER, Mass. (WHDH) – Standing waist deep in snow Jason Avant was clearing a path so his mailman can reach him, a task he knows firsthand is important.
"I deliver mail in West Boylston,” he said.
And today, he has the time to do it.
"Got the snow day off,” he said. "I kind of expected it because when they got that 30 inches a couple of years ago, they did it and it worked out so well, just safety wise, money wise, we kinds expected they would again."