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An American woman's postcard sent to her brother reached her destination 33 years later.

An American woman's postcard sent to her brother reached her destination 33 years later.

The postcard was sent to Christmas in 1987. The card was found while cleaning the post office in Corona Lockdown and was sent to Paul Wills. American media

WASHINGTON (May 10, 2020) - An American woman's postcard addressed to her brother reached its destination 33 years later. Sent to According to US media, the postcard sent 33 years ago managed to reach its destination due to the lockdown of Code 19 epidemic.

It is reported that Annie Lowell, an American woman, sent a postcard to her brother on Christmas Eve in 1987. But for a long time the postcard did not reach the destination. The American woman and her brother never mentioned the postcard during that time. Which lets them know who posted a card.

But thirty-two and a half years later, when Paul Willis, a resident of San Francisco, California, USA, received a card sent to his sister, he called her.

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