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Demand for food delivery has skyrocketed. So have complaints about some drivers

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Dangerous Delivery Drivers
June 08, 2024

BOSTON (AP) — A soaring demand for food delivered fast has spawned small armies of couriers — and increasing alarm — in big cities where scooters, motorcycles and mopeds zip in and out of traffic and hop onto pedestrian-filled sidewalks as their drivers race to drop off salads and sandwiches.

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