Postal carrier reunited with stroke victim
INDIANAPOLIS -- An Indianapolis mail carrier is being called a hero. He was walking along his route when he found a man collapsed at his front door.
The man had suffered a stroke.
The postal worker called 9-1-1 and the stroke victim spent nine days in a coma.
This week the two came together for an emotional reunion.
"Paul was great and I really can't thank him enough. Without him, don't know what would have happened for sure, but it couldn't have been good," said Chuck Curry, stroke victum.
Curry says his recovery should take about a year.