On Tuesday, Uber driver was found dead inside his vehicle in Philadelphia after reported missing for eight days makes him the second driver to be found in region for the ride-hailing service within a week.
The body was found in the seat of the driver of his 2007 Jeep outside the main rail station of the city, 30th Street Station. The cause of death was clear with no fuel play to be suspected.
BREAKING: A missing Uber driver has been found dead inside his vehicle, his son tells Eyewitness News. @JoeHoldenCBS3 has the latest. https://t.co/64OU9stqED
BREAKING: Family of James Carter, Junior, of Willingboro, an Uber driver missing for 8 days, confirms his body was found in the front seat of his SUV parked outside 30th Street Station. No foul play is suspected. @CBSPhilly
Last time, Carter’s family saw him was on Feb. 25 after dropping a passenger off around 5:15 p.m. Few moments later, he deactivated the Uber app on his cell phone.
Three days earlier, a driver worked for Lyft & Uber was found dead 32 miles from Philadelphia in Wilmington, Del.
Musba Behiru Shifa, 43, was found in the parking lot of Shopping Center of Trolley Square inside his car.
Shifa was driving a black Honda HRV before reported missing on Jan. 18 in northwest Washington.
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Reasons of his death besides discovery of body weren’t clear for detectives immediately with no foul play to be suspected.
The driver had been living in Washington since he left Ethiopia since 2014.