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Connecticut letter carrier killed on his route

NALC is deeply saddened to learn that 59-year-old letter carrier Daniel Nacin, a member of Branch 86 in Hartford, Connecticut, was killed in a car accident on his route, Thursday, August 22.  Several Enfield, Connecticut police cars were in pursuit of a fleeing pick-up truck, when the offender ran a red light attempting to cross state lines and crashed into Nacin’s LLV. Nacin was the Secretary-Treasurer of Branch 86 and vice president of the Connecticut State Association of Letter Carriers. He recently celebrated his 40-year anniversary as a letter carrier in May.

“We are deeply saddened at the tragic, heartbreaking loss of Brother Nacin, a letter carrier dedicated to tirelessly serving his customers and his NALC brothers and sisters in Branch 86 and the state of Connecticut.  In this difficult time, we send our thoughts, prayers and deepest condolences to Dan’s family, friends and the letter carriers he was so dedicated to serving.” NALC President Fredric Rolando said.

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