CHICO, Calif. - A US postal worker is recovering after crashing his mail truck while on duty in Chico Thursday afternoon.
Chico police said they believe the man had a medical emergency while driving on Walnut Court.
Police conducted a high-risk stop, meaning they ordered him out at gunpoint. However, they put the guns away once they confirmed it was a medical emergency.
Action News Now is working to learn more about the man's condition.
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