Video: Postal Worker’s leg completely severed after being struck by car on Long Island

NORTH BABYLON, N.Y. — A postal worker was struck by a car on Long Island Tuesday afternoon — his leg completely severed, witnesses say.

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Officials say a man was driving a Lincoln Continental westbound on Prairie Drive in North Babylon when his vehicle veered off the road, struck the postal worker, who was standing outside his vehicle holding his bag.

The car  then struck the postal truck, a fire hydrant and a telephone pole. Read more

6 thoughts on “Video: Postal Worker’s leg completely severed after being struck by car on Long Island

  1. update from Long Island, NY………4/16……….State University of New York Stony Brook Medical Could Not Save The Other Leg! Both Are Gone!

  2. even with all the evidence, whitness’s and police reports……..the evil po will say he caused this accident so they do not have to pay out a workmens’s compensation claim.you just know that is true. just let things die down and they will go full bore on this poor fellow.

  3. Sad for my Union brother, what a shame. Let this be a wake up call to the paper pushers who are trying to hurry their carriers along by having them work out of the back of their vehicles…do you in management who engage in such folly want the blood of another carrier on your hands? Really ask yourselves this question, not a laughing matter, shame on you!!!

    • you know the “paper pushers” are all from nepotism and ass kisser crowd……….do not hurry to even save one minute of time for these scumbags!

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