Food Network’s Marc Summers Warns of the Hazards Posed By Philly’s Taxicabs


It’s been six months since Marc Summers had his face rearranged courtesy of a credit card machine his head collided with when the taxicab he was riding in hydroplaned and lost control. Now the former Double Dare host, and Food Network producer is speaking out about the dangers posed by cabs, and what may be the illegal placement of their payment system’s keypads and card swipes. In an interview with CBS Philly, Summers says he was stupid for not wearing a seat-belt when the accident occurred, but believes until cab companies find a safer place to mount their point-of-sale hardware, more riders are at risk of injury.

Health: Taxi Dangers [CBS Philly]

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