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Uber Eats driver shot while making delivery

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(DELRAY BEACH, FL) – Police are investigating a shooting after an Uber Eats driver was shot while making a food delivery Friday night in Delray Beach.

Deputies responded to a shooting shortly before 10 p.m. in the 3700 block of Village Drive, in the Chateau Woods neighborhood.

Delray Beach police spokesman Ted White said officers when officials arrived to the scene they found the female driver had been shot while attempting to make a delivery.

She was taken to a hospital but was expected to survive.

A preliminary investigation revealed that two suspects were involved.

White said one man was arrested on an unrelated charge, while the second suspect was still at large.

It is still unknown what caused the shooting, officials are still investigating.