#GoodNews: Postal Worker Saves Woman on Route
Kayla Berridge is a postal worker in New Hampshire. She noticed that mail had been piling up for four days at a resident's home and her vehicle hadn’t moved.
"I hadn't seen her in a while and I noticed her mail wasn't getting picked up, so I got a little concerned," Kayla told CNN. So she called the Newmarket Police Department and requested a welfare check.
Officers found the woman trapped under items that had fallen on her inside the bedroom. It was determined that she had been trapped on the floor for at least three days and possibly longer. She was taken to the hospital and diagnosed with hypothermia and dehydration. Her family said she is stable and recovering well.
Police Lt. Wayne Stevens says, “Without a doubt, she saved this lady's life.”