Amazon Driver delivers packages in the middle of a hailstorm

An Amazon driver named A’Niya (@aniyamitch) posted a viral video of herself getting caught in a hailstorm.

The video has garnered over 2.7 million views on the platform as of Saturday. During the video, A’Niya is seen screaming and not happy at the prospect of braving the hailstorm to deliver her packages.

In the clip, A’Niya yells, “It’s fucking hailing! Look at me I’m wet!” as she tries to deliver a package before running back into the van. She pans the camera to the windshield, where rain and apparently hail or sleet are raging outside.

The comments section is filled with insightful comments and viewers who recognize the challenges delivery drivers face.


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One commenter wrote, “Thanks for your service,” while another commented, “Alexa, thank you driver.”

TikToker support A’Niya in the comments and show their appreciation for her as a rider. However, others joke that their packages are delivered on time.

“It’s just a little water, I paid for overnight shipping,” urged one user.

“Put on some goggles,” joked another. “I need my package, which you have subscribed to, willy-nilly.”

A comment with 44,000 likes simply reads: “Nah, don’t stop, bring me my package first.”

The DailyDot contacted A’Niya in the comments section and emailed Amazon for more information.


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*Initial publication: January 7, 2023 at 7:53 p.m. CST

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