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My wife was deliverring mail today for farmington rural route 7 and aperantly from the high winds today nocked down a big tree whiel she was driving on Hildabrook. She had split seconds to react and barly got her veicle stoped so the tree dint land on her veicle as it fell across the road.

Thank God we was resently able to work out a deel with the mechanic and get her breaks on her work veicle repalsed. She had to stop on a dime perty much to avoid getting hit by the tree.

A little shaken up and not being able to finish the mail route since tree totally closed the road.

It jsut adds another thing for us to be thankfull for this year.

A non threatrning ocurance today was her truck almost got hit by 2 trampolines as they was being blown around. One down the road like a inertub and the other jsut feet above the ground across the road. There were the full size 8 feet in diamiter trampolins being blown around like shoping bags.

Her truck got hit by trash cans enouf times today she lost count. All low ground. A few times she ahd to go out and unwedge a can or 2 so she could keep driving.
 

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God's protection was with her. Glad she could get stopped
 

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She was driving slower then she normally does due to the ocasional flying debree. Else she would of been going to fast to stop. As it was she slid the truck she ahd to stop so fast. Definatly God was protecting her again today.
 

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didnt no mail carrier was so dangerous, glad she was safe
 
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