Long Branch Fire Department Aids Postal Worker

The rescue occurred during high tide in Monmouth Beach.

Credit: Long Branch Professional Firefighters Association
Credit: Long Branch Professional Firefighters Association
By Christopher Sheldon

Members of the Long Branch Fire Department aided in the rescue of a postal worker in Monmouth Beach on Friday afternoon.

The mail truck got caught in icy high tide floodwaters on North Road in the borough.

Long Branch firefighters were able to successfully rescue the postal worker and his mail with the help of the Monmouth Beach Fire Department.
Sal January 03, 2014 at 11:45 PM
That Letter Carrier should be suspended for a week for their reckless behavior for endangering him/herself and the mail entrusted to him/her by driving into a flooded area ___and for the thousands of dollars of damages caused to the post office vehicle fro the salt water.
Itchy Foot Moe January 04, 2014 at 09:29 AM
Lighten up Francis, if you read the story elsewhere that includes a bit more details, you will see that it wasn't flooded when he initially parked there and walked around to do his mail route of the neighborhood. Or are you saying that the USPS should never deliver anywhere onto the ENTIRE Monmouth Beach Peninsula because it is in danger of flooding at any given time?


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