FOTB: Delivery driver keeps his cool; Christmas rush, new streets, inability of technology to keep up pose challenge
WILLISTON -- For UPS driver Zack Reyes, every second counts.
Delivering packages to a booming city with new addresses added daily is challenging any time of the year.
During the holiday season, the Williston UPS sees so much volume, it has to rent U-Haul and Budget moving trucks to handle the extra packages.
"We almost can't grow fast enough," Reyes said.
Reyes, a 30-year-old Tennessee native, has lived in Williston for about six months.
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