JACKSONVILLE, Ala. (WIAT) — Kayla Coffman came to work for the postal service almost 20 years ago because she wanted to have a job that would be more routine and flexible than her previous career.
“Being a mother, it just wasn’t a good thing to be getting up in the middle of the night,” Coffman said of her last job. “Leaving a baby at night home with Daddy just didn’t work well.”
However, Coffman’s week at the Jacksonville Post Office has been far from routine. She was sitting in her office with a supervisor when she heard the sound of a very young baby crying outside the door. The next thing she heard was someone yelling that the baby wasn’t breathing.
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