LEHI, Utah – Residents say they warned for years about the dangerous location of a mailbox where a mailman was hit by a suspected impaired driver on Tuesday.
“It could have been any one of us,” said Ashley Budd, who lives nearby and witnessed the crash. “It’s traumatic to try and get our mail at this point.”
The crash happened Tuesday afternoon at a community mailbox located on 2300 West just north of Main Street.
The postal worker was standing at the back of his minivan when a sedan veered to the side of the road and hit and pinned the man between the two vehicles, according to Lt. Toby Peterson with the Lehi Police Department.
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