Mail might be delayed for north Florida customers -- or not come at all -- since a semitrailer carrying mail from the U.S. Postal Service caught fire in Alachua County.
The crash happened at about 3:30 a.m. Friday along I-75, the Florida Highway Patrol said.
Two tractor-trailers collided and the semitrailer carrying the mail caught fire, troopers said.
The people inside the semitrailers suffered minor injuries, investigators said.
USPS allows customers to track their mail and preview images of mail expected to arrive. Customers can find out if their mail was on the burning truck by clicking here.
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