A California couple claims that a FedEx driver threw a package with so much force over the fence that it crushed their little dog and caused such serious injuries that it had to be euthanized Cooper, their 4-pound Yorkshire Terrier was lying in her yard over the weekend when a FedEx employee delivering a large parcel dropped it onto his property. CUSTOMER CLUBS
The package has apparently landed on Cooper, said the couple KCBS-TV. Galin said she "picked up the box immediately and Cooper was in a pool of blood."
Cooper suffered severe lung and liver damage, according to the dog's veterinarian. The couple said they had decided to put the puppy to sleep.
"It was painful to watch your dog in pain," said Galin. A statement from the news agency states: "We express our deepest condolences to the family of the pet involved in this incident."
"The business continued." Based on the result of our investigation, we will take the appropriate action. "
Napier said FedEx's response was" unsatisfactory. "
We will introduce a company-wide mandate that drivers will not be able to drop packets, I want to hear that, I do not want to hear that we care "Our grandson is playing out here in the garden, I'm here in the garden."
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She continued, " The package was so heavy, it would have hit one of us, it would have caused damage ̵