‘Sending drivers out to die’: UPS workers demand heat safety amid record temps

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‘Sending drivers out to die’: UPS workers demand heat safety amid record temps

Published Sunday 31 July 2022

Matthew Moczygemba knew something was wrong when he lost his thirst. It was midafternoon on a 103-degree day in Fort Worth, Texas, and the UPS driver had been delivering packages for several hours. Soon he felt dizzy, then he pulled his truck over and vomited onto the curb. “I...

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