The Brentwood Postal Facility was closed from October 2001 to December 2003, after becoming contaminated by Anthrax that was sent to several US Congressmembers. Two post office employees, Joseph P. Curseen and Thomas L. Morris Jr., died from inhalation anthrax, and the facility has been re-named in their honor.

Judging from the blue and white striped tents at the rear of the facility, the clean-up was still under way when this image was taken.
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By: AlbinoFlea


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