MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Ohio (WDTN) – The United States Postal Service is in the process of handing out more tracking devices which carriers take as more pressure on top of the heat wave.
Drew Heinig is one day away from becoming a full-fledged mail carrier. He’s so new he still wears plain clothes when delivering the mail, but he’s been doing the job long enough to know there’s pressure to complete routes in a pre-determined amount of time regardless of the heat.
"We are definitely on a time constraint everyday. We get a set amount of time to finish our routes," he told 2 NEWS Investigates.
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