In the weeks before Black Friday, a DPD courier worked seven days a week and died in his car.

Warren Norton, who was 49 years old, died while trying to deliver as many packages as he could before the November 25 holiday.

The Sun says that his coworkers found him slouched over the wheel of his Citron van at the DPD depot in Dartford, Kent, yesterday morning.

Warren has been working all the hours under the sun recently to deliver as many parcels as he could,

a source told the paper.

The managers try to coax you into working more days and longer hours because they know we’re self-employed.

The warehouse floor must be cleared of parcels at all costs.

In the weeks before Black Friday, a DPD courier worked seven days a week and died in his car.

Warren Norton, who was 49 years old, died while trying to deliver as many packages as he could before the November 25 holiday.

The Sun says that his coworkers found him slouched over the wheel of his Citron van at the DPD depot in Dartford, Kent, yesterday morning.

Norton worked for DPD for about two years and left behind a 14-year-old daughter.

Most workers are self-employed and start at 6 a.m. and work until late at night, sometimes delivering more than 150 packages in a day.

Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this moment,

said a DPD spokesman.

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