Video: Family And Friends Of Postal Worker Injured In Compton Hit-And-Run Speak Out

LYNWOOD CBSLA.com — The family and colleagues of a postal worker critically injured in a hit-and-run while delivering mail in Compton made a public plea for justice Tuesday.Officials say Lydia Ray, a seasoned postal worker, was getting mail out of the back of her truck near the intersection of Santa Fe and Euclid Avenue when a driver slammed into a parked car, pinning her underneath.“I can’t believe anybody would do that,” said Charmane Lars-Thret, the victim’s daughter. “I understand accidents happen, but just stop.”The postal service described Ray, known to family as ‘Peaches’, as a 20-year veteran who is well-loved.

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  • Disgusted

    Illegal Alien.