Amazon Flex delivery driver shot and killed, family seeks justice and accountability

KING COUNTY, Wash. – The family of an Amazon delivery driver who was fatally shot while making package drop-offs is seeking justice and accountability. Sergey Kubay, a 50-year-old Amazon Flex driver, was found shot in his car on January 25th. His family is now calling for increased protection for part-time drivers like Sergey, as they fear for the safety of other delivery drivers.

Sergey’s wife, who is also a package delivery driver, is now worried about her own safety as she continues to work for Amazon. The couple relied on their income from Amazon to support their children, and they are now left wondering who will ensure the safety of Flex drivers who often make deliveries late into the night.

The family reached out to Amazon, urging the company to step in and provide better protection for its drivers. While Amazon offered their condolences and support to the family, the Kubay family is seeking more concrete measures to ensure the safety of drivers like Sergey.

Sergey was shot while delivering packages at the Fairwood Pond Apartments in King County, and initial reports indicate that he may have been targeted in the incident. The family is now mourning his loss and is focused on moving forward while seeking justice for Sergey. They have set up a fundraising campaign to raise funds for his funeral expenses.

Sergey’s case is currently under investigation, and anyone with information is urged to contact the King County Sheriff’s Office. Meanwhile, the Kubay family is determined to seek justice for Sergey and to ensure the safety of other Amazon Flex drivers.