USPS reviewing contract with trucking company involved in fatal crash

DENVER — The United States Postal Service (USPS) is now reviewing the safety record of a trucking company it contracts with that was involved in a crash in northern Colorado that left a family of five dead. This comes after a 9NEWS investigation revealed a history of drivers with Caminantes Trucking getting behind the wheel without valid commercial driver’s licenses.

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“In light of the recent events, the safety record of this company… is currently being evaluated. Since the inquiry is ongoing, we’re unable able to share details at this time. The results of the review could include contract revision, adverse action or termination if deemed appropriate,” the USPS statement read.


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