Just before 1 a.m. yesterday, livery cab driver Roberto Pita was shot multiple times by his passenger. Pita's car crashed into PS 306 at Davidson and Tremont Avenues in the Bronx and police believe the Ecuadorian immigrant deliberately crashed the car to stop an attempted robbery. When police arrived, they found the suspected shooter in the backseat—along with a gun—with injuries to his face and hip; the suspect, 20, was taken to the hospital and charges are pending. The dispatcher at Premium Car Service told the Daily News "that [Pita] drove 16 hours a day to earn money for his wife and two children in Ecuador." Speaking to the Post, another colleague said,"His wife came to New York for the first time this week and left just yesterday. All he ever wanted was to be with his family."