Employee Effort Saves Home From Dangerous Gas Leak

Louisville, CO, Rural Carrier Edward Wolf

Louisville, CO, Rural Carrier Edward Wolf

While delivering mail along his route, Louisville, CO, Rural Carrier Edward Wolf discovered something unusual. As he approached the home of one of his customers, he detected gas fumes surround the residence.

Wolf attempted to warn the homeowners about the problem, but nobody was home to answer the door. Knowing the potential hazards of the dangerous fumes, he dialed 911 and explained the situation. When emergency responders arrived, they discovered a major break in the gas line and moved quickly to shut off the connection.

Shortly after the incident, the homeowners wrote a letter of praise to Postmaster Sandra Creek expressing their gratitude for Wolf’s actions in saving both their residence and the lives of their neighbors from a potentially deadly situation.

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