December 4, 2018
On November 21, 2018, Broomfield Letter Carrier Amy Bezerra exhibited great personal care and concern for one of her customers who lives on 110th PL in Westminster. The elderly customer had not checked his mail in several days. Bezerra conferred with a neighbor who tried to contact him by phone. After several unsuccessful attempts to reach Mr. Zahller by knocking loudly on the door and calling, she called for a welfare check. While waiting for assistance Bezerra noticed Mr. Zahller looking out an upstairs window. He saw her waiting and made his way downstairs and was able to open the door. Suffering from severe dehydration Mr. Zahller had fallen several times and was bleeding. After helping get Mr. Zahller to a chair, she quickly called for an ambulance. At the hospital the ER doctor let Bezerra know Mr. Zahller would not have survived much longer without medical attention.
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Broomfield Letter Carrier Amy Bezerra is a great example of how letter carriers serve as the eyes and ears of their community.
Broomfield Letter Carrier Amy Bezerra visits John Zahller at the Rehabilitation Center.