DENVER - Family members of a west Denver man who collapsed and died on his front porch said a mail carrier walked by the body to deliver the mail, but did nothing to help.
"I don't know how he sleeps at night," said Hedy Porch, the man's wife.
On Nov. 2, her husband, Dale Porch, was dropped off at home after working the graveyard shift for the Regional Transportation District, but he never made it inside.
"This is a very unfortunate situation and one that probably would not happen any other time of year. We are very sorry for the family's loss and have conveyed our condolences, and those of the carrier, to the family."
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