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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – A Louisville pizza delivery driver who was carjacked, robbed and stabbed still managed to make his delivery, which happened to be at a local emergency room.

The Courier-Journal reports that 19-year-old Josh Lewis of Detroit is in stable condition and recovering from a collapsed lung at the University of Louisville Hospital. Police say Lewis was delivering a pizza from Spinelli’s Pizzeria when a man stabbed him in the back, robbed him and stole his black Jeep Cherokee on Sunday.

The pizza store’s regional manager says Lewis made the delivery, which was addressed to the Norton Hospital emergency room, before he collapsed.

A Louisville Metro police department spokesman says officers are still looking for the suspect and Lewis’ truck.
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Information from: The Courier-Journal

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