Dad-of-two Paul Crush, 42, collapsed from a suspected heart attack at the end of a 12-hour shift – as workload ‘doubled’ over Christmas for pressure-hit staff
A UPS driver was allegedly “worked to death” after delivering up to 240 parcels a day during gruelling 12-hour shifts.
Dad-of-two Paul Crush, 42, died after suffering a suspected heart attack at his depot in Stanford-le-Hope in Essex on Wednesday.
It comes as friends claimed drivers, usually tasked with dropping off around 100 parcels, were being pushed too far.
Tragic Paul leaves behind wife Tracy, 40, who is said to be “beside herself with grief”, as well as daughter Lily, eight, and four-year-old son Harry.
A friend reportedly told the Sun how Paul had been “flat out” for about six weeks during the Christmas rush.