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Published: Thursday, June 20, 2019 @ 2:02 AM
By: Breaking News Staff
DAYTON — The United States Postal Service has set up temporary mobile units in the Dayton area for residents who were impacted by the Memorial Day tornadoes and cannot travel to a post office.
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Residents who are unable to receive mail because of destroyed homes, mailboxes and difficult access to the affected communities can pick up mail at the mobile unit, which will be stationed at several locations.
Customers are required to provide their delivery address and a valid photo ID in order to pick up their mail.
The unit will also be selling stamps and can only accept cash as a form of payment.
The mobile unit will be parked in several locations on the following dates: