- A "Cash Cab" taxi struck and killed a pedestrian in Vancouver when a technical staff member was driving the replica cab back to the lot after filming on the Canadian version of the game show wrapped for the day. The staff member crashed into a 61-year-old man crossing the street and the man died in the hospital soon after the accident Friday, police said.
Jul 17, 2011 · The production company for "Cash Cab," a TV game-show filmed inside a fake taxi, offered condolences Saturday after its vehicle struck a pedestrian who died later in Vancouver, Canada.
- NBC Universal
Jul 18, 2011 · A replica taxi used in TV game show ‘Cash Cab’ struck and killed a pedestrian in Canada after finishing production for the day. A 61-year-old man from Surrey, British Columbia, died in hospital...
A replica taxi used in the Canadian version of the TV game show “Cash Cab” struck and killed a pedestrian after finishing production for the day in Vancouver.
- Seattle Times Staff
VANCOUVER, British Columbia — A replica taxi used in the Canadian version of the TV game show "Cash Cab" struck and killed a pedestrian after finishing production for the day in Vancouver.
Jul 20, 2011 · A pedestrian in Vancouver was struck and killed Friday night by a replica cab from the TV show "Cash Cab." A technical staff member was driving the vehicle from the set of the game show when a 61-year-old man was struck while crossing the street. "Our thoughts and prayers are with the victim and with his friends and his family," said Andrew Burnstein, president of Castlewood Productions Inc., the production company responsible for Canada’s version of "Cash Cab."
Jul 18, 2011 · Tragedy befell the lighthearted game show Cash Cab Friday when a producer for the Canadian branch of the show struck and killed a pedestrian in Vancouver. The driver was returning the mobile set ...
Jul 16, 2011 · TV’s ‘Cash Cab’ kills pedestrian in Vancouver Sat., July 16, 2011 timer 1 min. read VANCOUVER — The TV production company for a trivia show that’s filmed inside a fake taxi has offered condolences...
Jul 18, 2011 · The Associated Press reports the car used in the Canadian version of 'Cash Cab' struck and killed a pedestrian. The accident occurred on Friday when a producer was driving a car back to a garage after the day’s filming, said Andrew Burnstein, the president of the company that produces 'Cash Cab.'