IT LANDED ON A RAMP BELOW. NO OTHER VEHICLES WERE DAMAGED AND NO ONE WAS HURT. A FORMER VENDOR FOR STARBUCKS IS SUING THE COFFEE CHAIN OVER ITS USE OF TOXIC PESTICIDES. PAUL DORIA WAS PEST CONTROL VENDOR FOR THE COMPANY FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS. HE SAYS THAT HIS COMPANY WAS RELEASE FROM THE ITS CONTRACT AFTER HE WARNED ABOUT THE USE OF POISONOUS PESTICIDE STRIPS INSIDE SEVERAL OF STARBUCKS NEW YORK COFFEE SHOPS. HE ALONG WITH TWO EMPLOYEES ARE CLAIMING WHISTLE BLOWER RETALIATION. HUGE INJUSTICE TO EVERYONE EXPOSE TODAY THIS. THE FACT OUTLINED IN THE COMPLAINT ARE CLIENTS RAISED CONCERNS OVER NUMBER OF YEARS AND NOTHING WAS DONE, THEY CONTINUED TO FIND THESE PESTICIDES IN WORKPLACE. THE LAWSUIT ALLEGES STARBUCKS TURNED TO THE PESTICIDE STRIP TO COMBAT UNSANITARY CONDITIONS, WHICH WERE ALLEGEDLY A BREEDING GROUND FOR PESTS INCLUDING MAGGOTS AND COCKROACH. STARBUCKS SAYS THE LAWSUIT