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‘What if you need medical assistance?’ Woman reveals the life-saving advice she got from her Amazon driver who struggled to find her home because she didn’t have visible house numbers

  • Jessica Huseman, who is known as @_jesshopehuse on TikTok, recently shared a doorbell video that shows her driver, Kelsey, walking up to her front stoop
  • The Amazon Flex employee from Texas explained in a sing-song voice that it was difficult to find her home because there weren’t any visible house numbers
  • Kelsey noted paramedics could have trouble finding her house in an emergency
  • The video has been viewed more than 3.5 million times and has received thousands of comments, with many praising Kelsey for her helpful advice
  • In her follow-up clips, Jessica explained they have since purchased mailbox stickers and house numbers for her new home


A woman has revealed the potentially life-saving advice her Amazon delivery driver gave her while dropping off a package at her new home.

Jessica Huseman, who is known as @_jesshopehuse on TikTok, recently shared a doorbell video that shows her driver, Kelsey, walking up to her front stoop with both a package and a warning.

‘Hello Jennifer, I hope your Monday is going well. You have no markers on your house that says what number you are, and that [makes it] hard to find your house, my dude, and it’s unsafe, honestly,’ the Amazon Flex employee from Texas said in a singsong voice.

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Viral: Jessica Huseman, who is known as @_jesshopehuse on TikTok, recently shared a doorbell video that shows her Amazon delivery driver, Kelsey, giving her life-saving advice

Advice: The driver from Texas explained that it was difficult to find her home because there weren't any visible house numbers, which could be life-threatening in an emergency

Advice: The driver from Texas explained that it was difficult to find her home because there weren’t any visible house numbers, which could be life-threatening in an emergency

‘What if you needed medical assistance and the paramedics didn’t know your town well? Come on man,’ she added. ‘Have a great day.’

Jessica explained in the caption that she has taken Kelsey’s warning to heart.

‘We just moved in and this happened today…she’s not wrong though,’ she wrote. ‘Guess I need to get some house numbers.’

The video has been viewed more than 3.5 million times and has received thousands of comments, with many praising Kelsey for her helpful advice.

Popular: The video has been viewed more than 3.5 million times and has received thousands of comments, with many praising Kelsey for her helpful advice

Popular: The video has been viewed more than 3.5 million times and has received thousands of comments, with many praising Kelsey for her helpful advice

‘She is 100 percent correct,’ a retired paramedic wrote. ‘Protect yourself and get some large numbers on your house and mailbox if it’s out front. Spray paint on [the] curb too.’

‘LOL she dropped some knowledge, the package, and a tune! Respectable,’ someone else wrote, while another added: ‘This is proof that you can give advice without being rude about it. You go my dude!’

In her follow-up clips, Jessica explained they had just moved into the home weeks prior and were unaware that they didn’t have any visible house numbers.

She said they have since purchased mailbox stickers and house numbers for her new home, saying their next step is to paint them on the curb.

Heeding her advice: In her follow-up clips, Jessica explained they have since purchased mailbox stickers and house numbers for her new home

Heeding her advice: In her follow-up clips, Jessica explained they have since purchased mailbox stickers and house numbers for her new home

Follow through: Jessica said they also plan on painting their house number on the curb as an extra precaution

Follow through: Jessica said they also plan on painting their house number on the curb as an extra precaution

Helpful: Kelsey, who has since started her own TikTok account, explained in one of her clips that she takes crisis management seriously and will say something to customers if need be

Helpful: Kelsey, who has since started her own TikTok account, explained in one of her clips that she takes crisis management seriously and will say something to customers if need be

Jessica also noted that woman who previously lived in the home is still getting packages delivered, which is why Kelsey called her ‘Jennifer’ in the viral video.

After the video went viral, Kelsey started her own TikTok account, choosing the handle @queenofconsent.

The Amazon Flex driver explained in one of her clips that she used to work in ResLife and student affairs, which is why she takes crisis management seriously.

‘Anytime I do go out and deliver packages or make any deliveries, if I see something, I say something,’ she said.

Kelsey also addressed the criticism she has received for wearing a crop top while making deliveries, saying she has no uniform because she is an Amazon Flex worker.

The Amazon Flex program allows drivers to deliver packages in their free time using a smartphone and their own vehicles, meaning they can wear whatever they want.

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