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Uber Eats driver carjacked, then struck by his own car in St. Louis

An Uber Eats delivery driver was injured after carjackers struck him with his own car on Sunday afternoon in St. Louis.

Around 3 p.m., a 26-year-old man left his 2020 Acura TLX running as he walked to a home in the 3800 block of Shenandoah to deliver an Uber Eats order. The driver informed police that he observed two men pull up in a blue car alongside the driver’s side and two white cars parked behind it. As one of the suspects got inside the Acura, the 26-year-old attempted to stop the carjacker by standing in front of it. Officials said the suspect then threatened the man with a gun as he lunged forward and struck him with his car.

The carjackers were able to flee but the 26-year-old suffered abrasions to his legs.

More details are expected to be released about the incident.

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