Mail Truck fire Covington, GA

A U.S. Postal Service mail truck caught on fire near Taylor Street Southwest and Highway 36 in Covington at about 5:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 28, around 5:30 p.m.

The unidentified mail carrier had finished his route prior to the incident and was not hurt, according to the Covington Fire Department.

The fire was caused by “an overheating issue,” April Draper, the CFD accreditation manager, said.

USPS mail truck caught on fire in Covington – The Covington News


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Just keep on , soon they’ll be a dead carrier.

and they spend 570 million on new scanners,evidently scans are more important than lives

The Office of Inspector General will self initiate audits of pencils and paperclips, etc. You would think that immolation of essential equipment might just show up on the IG’s radar…But it does not… Why?….It is too FUBAR…Imagine if management was actually forced to prioritize programs… No one will die if a scanner fails to operate…We will have deaths with vehicles burning up…It is just a matter of time…