Today's Most Unfortunate Mistake: UPS Worker Leaves Christmas Gi - Tucson News Now

Today's Most Unfortunate Mistake: UPS Worker Leaves Christmas Gift in Garbage Can

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TODAY'S MOST...Unfortunate mistake: A UPS worker apparently left a package in a black garbage can outside a home because nobody was inside. Only problem, that day was garbage day and a garbage truck came by and emptied the can...with the package inside. On the UPS tracking note you can see the delivery worker wrote - "in Black Trash Can." This happened in Missouri. Tracey Sole says she saved up for months to buy her daughter a tablet, and she can't come up with any other explanation for why the package disappeared. She doesn't know if a replacement tablet will arrive before Christmas. UPS says it's looking into exactly what happened. 

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