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yeah i dont have luck like that, :tazz:
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Those video clips contain a whole lot of dumb [bleep]s.
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Hm? I wonder if he still has a job?

This girl doesn't. She wasn't so lucky:



To really see the incident in motion, you will have to view full screen with a magnifying glass. About 56 seconds into the video you will see a Postal truck (in the middle of the screen) come out from behind the trees/bushes and utility pole that is in the fore front. The carrier's door is wide open and after she does a u-turn (which is another BIG no,no), if you look closely you will see the truck veer off to the left and into a 20 foot ditch. And if you look even closer, you will see this tiny little person running after the truck and throw her mail bag to the ground.

Yes. She had no seat belt on and as she was coming out of the u-turn the force sent her out the door and onto the pavement which you can't see because she was behind the trees/bushes when she fell out of the moving truck.

Both videos posted in this thread are presently being used as examples in the defensive driver courses for new Carrier Technicians hired on by the Postal Service.
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