Indianapolis residents can’t figure out why mail isn’t being delivered regularly

INDIANAPOLIS — There’s an old saying about how neither snow, nor rain, nor heat or gloom of night can stop the United States Postal Service from getting you your mail.

You can’t prove that by 88-year-old Bonnie Marsh though, who lives on the northeast side in Indianapolis’ Pleasant Hills neighborhood – not for almost the past month, anyway.

“We haven’t been getting it for a couple, three weeks now. I don’t know what’s happening. I got mail that should be coming. Important mail,” Marsh explained.

Important, because Marsh said she’s waiting on her blood pressure and thyroid medicine that comes in the mail, but she hasn’t seen a carrier in weeks and her medicine is almost gone.

“It’s not good to be out of that medicine,” she said.


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