Cash Cab Accident
July 19, 2011 by staff
Cash Cab Accident, A taxi replication used in the Canadian version of “Cash Cab” game show hit and killed a 61-year-old man on Friday. The accident occurred as a crewmember of the series was driving the car to a storage facility after production wrapped for the day, Castlewood Productions Inc., which produces the Canadian version of the program, said Monday in a statement obtained by OnTheRedCarpet.com.
The pedestrian was taken to a hospital and died of his wounds. His identity was not revealed. No charges have been filed and the accident is under investigation.
“Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their friends and family,” said Andrew Burnstein, president of Castlewood Productions Inc., in the group statement. “My heart is with the driver, a member of our technical staff, which is shaken and devastated by this tragic accident, like all our team.”
“The driver and team will continue to offer Castlewood full partnership with the Vancouver Police and the Collision Investigation Unit of the DPV,” the statement said.
“Cash Cab” shows the common people to get into a yellow cab in the hope of a normal walk. Then they become competitors of the science-themed game show, which is organized by Adam Growe, a comedian who is also a licensed taxi driver (pictured). He was not the driver of the vehicle involved in the fatal accident. The show airs on the Discovery Channel in Canada and the United States.
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