USPS launches new tech to help protect postal carriers from dogs


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For nearly 250 years, postal carriers have endured the heat of day and gloom of night to get the mail delivered. They’ve also endured countless dog bites. It seems quaint, but nasty Fidos still plague letter and package carriers. Now USPS has deployed technology to let carriers know in advance if an address houses a dog. USPS national safety director Linda DeCarlo joins the Federal Drive with Tom Temin with details.

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