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Delivering Food Can Have Some Danger

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 6/25/2013 11:34 pm
Ben Davidson knows first hand about the dangers of being a delivery driver.

Last month Davidson says he was looking down the barrel of a gun while two men tried to rob him.

Davidson snatched the gun out of the would-be thief's hands and got away unhurt.

He even made two more deliveries before meeting up with Police.

Davidson says a lot of his friends deliver food as well.

He says they all know what potentially comes with the territory but are still amazed they're targeted.

Most, if not all delivery drivers carry less than a hundred dollars on them, if any cash at all.

Davidson says situations like what he went through can sometimes be seen coming.

He says he knows which parts of town could be trouble and takes notice of who's ordering what, especially if they're larger than normal orders.
  

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