Marysville Postal Worker Logs One Million Miles Accident-Free

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Isaac Riley started working for the post office in Marysville back in 1985.

Now, decades later, he is being honored nationally for driving his one-millionth mile.

His accomplishment is even more impressive when you add that he has driven all those miles without an accidents.

Riley says he credits defensive driving and keeping stress out of his postal vehicle for making it 30 years without a crash.

The post office honored Riley today with a special celebration, but once the cake was cut and the hugs were given, Riley climbed back in his truck and went to work. Riley says he has plans to retire -- just not anytime soon.

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