USPS returns mail service to Cleveland residents


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CLEVELAND, Ohio (WJW) – A number of residents on Throckley Avenue in Cleveland will as soon as once more have their mail delivered.  

The FOX 8 I-Team reported Wednesday that the mail supply was temporarily suspended on the east side street after a mail service encountered an aggressive canine on Tuesday. 

A spokesperson with USPS informed the I-Team Thursday mail supply has been restored for “all residents besides the house of the canine proprietor.”

USPS officers say aggressive and unrestrained animals are a critical problem. 

“One chew or fall could cause a critical damage; they’re painful, but they are often prevented,” mentioned Naddia Dhalai, a spokeswoman with the United States Postal Service. “We request all clients hold their canine restrained throughout regular supply hours to guard the security of the letter carriers.”

Mail service returns to Cleveland residents after report of aggressive dog

Huynh Nguyen

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