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Is Jimmy John's 'freaky fast' service putting drivers in danger?

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The chain Jimmy John's takes pride in its "freaky fast" service, but are some delivery drivers putting others on the road in danger?

News 5 Investigates caught Jimmy John's drivers breaking traffic laws to deliver subs. One Jimmy John's driver told News 5 he didn't care that he ran a stop sign and was speeding to deliver a sandwich during the lunch hour rush.

If you see a Jimmy John's driver breaking traffic laws, write down their license plate number and contact the store manager and corporate office.

We'll tell you what the company is saying at 10 p.m.

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