Postal worker, troopers save life of Indy man who hadn’t brought in mail for several days

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Two state troopers and a United States postal worker are being credited with saving the life of an Indianapolis man.

On Sept. 20, state police say U.S. Postal Carrier Glenn Bass was delivering mail along his route on the east side when he noticed that an elderly man had not gotten his mail out of his mailbox for several days.

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