Postal truck catches fire on Highway in MN

WAYZATA — Two Wayzata fire trucks responded to what looks like a postal service truck that caught on fire on westbound U.S. Highway 12, around 5 p.m. Monday, Nov. 20, backing up traffic for miles.

The fire took place in front of Lexus of Wayzata. It was unclear whether anyone was hurt, only firefighters were on the road at the time Lakeshore Weekly news arrived.
 More details will be posted as soon as they are known. The postal truck was a Grumman LLV.

29 Comments on "Postal truck catches fire on Highway in MN"

  1. yall got to quit setting these things on fire..I know your in a hurry to get back but GGGEEEEZZZZZZ…

  2. #35 for 2017 ?‍♂️

  3. This is becoming a daily occurrence. Sad that the post office still has done nothing to speed up the new vehicles, or even mentioned it in any safety talks. Not shocking just sad.

  4. I have watched a lot of these llv fires, has anyone else noticed most of the fires are in the left front? I wonder what is there??

  5. How many does this make for 2017???

  6. Death traps.
    That’s over 80 fires this year.

  7. hot mail coming right up

  8. Paula Roettger who’s truck

  9. Oh no, not another one.

  10. They need to remove the cigarette lighters so people stop charging their phones. I would put money on it that is one of the main causes of all these fires!

  11. Thats what happens when a 30 year old vehicle isnt properly maintained and the carriers try to drive them like a race car.

  12. Did you set the parking brake?

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