The video by TikTokker Jessica Huseman now has nearly 4.5 million views.
The clip is from her doorbell cam recording the Amazon driver approaching her front door for a delivery. The driver tells Jessica, who claims she just moved into the house, that her residence has no address on it.
Personally, I'm convinced that if delivery drones can work anywhere, it is Texas. Think about it, there is a lot of real estate to cover.in Texas. I am only sorry that the first Texas city to test drone deliveries is College Station and not San Angelo, Abilene, or some other West Texas city.
An Amazon facility in Amarillo is closing temporarily due to bed bugs. Bed bugs? Amarillo is in our neighborhood. It is not hard to imagine that many items ordered from Amazon arrive in our part of West Texas from that warehouse.
Back in June, Amazon said that they're going to offer drone deliveries to customers in a city in California. A month later, the company confirmed the good news that drone delivery would also be coming to Texas.
The new delivery option won't being until later this year, but it's still a step toward making it common in more and more cities. Amazon will be making its bi...