Shortly before 11 a.m. Thursday, Savannah fire and hazmat crews arrived to a UPS store on Abercorn Street after one of the
workers there became concerned about one of the packages that was oozing
She called the company
on the shipping label of the package but they had no knowledge of it, then
called UPS corporate and they told her to call the fire department.
the store and determined the package was safe and that a piece
of hospital equipment inside was leaking an oily substance.
And while everyone was
safe, the woman in charge of the store at the time says no matter UPS, the post
office, or FedEx, make sure you label everything correctly and just don't mail
what they tell you not to.
Carol Barnard said: "Just be mindful of what you're sending, but just be mindful of what
you're sending. It might be nice to send hairspray of perfume or medical
equipment, but make sure you let us know what it's in because we can't afford
to keep paying these to come out."
Barnard said they are
going to figure out who dropped the package and charge them.
Friday, May 24 2013 7:57 PM EDT2013-05-24 23:57:32 GMT
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