Doing the Right Thing

Omaha, NE, Millard Highlands Station City Carrier Assistant Chris Knoblock

Omaha, NE, Millard Highlands Station City Carrier Assistant Chris Knoblock

When a motorist recently backed into a customer’s mailbox and drove off without informing the homeowner about the accident, the action might be concerning to someone who witnessed it. That’s exactly what crossed one employee’s mind when he saw the act.

Omaha, NE, Millard Highlands Station City Carrier Assistant Chris Knoblock was on his route when he witnessed the scene as it unfolded. When the driver didn’t do the right thing by taking responsibility for his action, Knoblock knew he had to intervene. He wrote down the motorist’s license plate number and the contact information for his station and placed it in the mailbox.

The homeowner never called the station to ask for additional details, but thanks to Knoblock’s attentiveness, the owner had the information he needed to pursue the matter further.

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