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Vale 546

12/04/2013


Vale 546

In the Yellow Cab fleet everybody knows each other by their fleet number when they are out on the road

“Yeah 546 been around a while good bloke, good cabbie, often see him on the such and such rank always willing to have a yarn”
Such is the size of the Yellow Cab family that names are hard to remember yet drivers remember good blokes like 546
Sadly the driver 546 was at the wrong place at the wrong time and suffered the ultimate fate through no fault of his own this morning.

Friday the 12th April at 4.44am was the start of a sad day for those in the fleet who knew 546 and those who did not know him.

546 was a regular day driver conveying his first passenger for the start of the new day. Thankfully the passenger survived because he was sitting in the preferred position of being diagonally opposite the driver with his seat belt on. 

546 was doing something he liked to do and he did it well. An exemplary complaint free record 17 years behind the wheel, meeting people, providing a public transport service in a professional manner.

Many would not know that 546 left the teaching profession to be a cab driver. He, like many others with a professional background, are part of the broad cross section of men and woman that make up the family of Yellow Cabs operating 24 hours per day 7 days per week 52 weeks per year.

546 will be sadly missed.

Friday the 12th April at 4.44am was the start of a sad day for those in the fleet who knew 546 and those who did not know him.
546 was a regular day driver conveying his first passenger for the start of the new day. Thankfully the passenger survived because he was sitting in the preferred position of being diagonally opposite the driver with his seat belt on. 
546 was doing something he liked to do and he did it well. An exemplary complaint free record 17 years behind the wheel, meeting people, providing a public transport service in a professional manner.
Many would not know that 546 left the teaching profession to be a cab driver. He, like many others with a professional background, are part of the broad cross section of men and woman that make up the family of Yellow Cabs operating 24 hours per day 7 days per week 52 weeks per year.
546 will be sadly missed.
Friday the 12th April at 4.44am was the start of a sad day for those in the fleet who knew 546 and those who did not know him.
546 was a regular day driver conveying his first passenger for the start of the new day. Thankfully the passenger survived because he was sitting in the preferred position of being diagonally opposite the driver with his seat belt on. 
546 was doing something he liked to do and he did it well. An exemplary complaint free record 17 years behind the wheel, meeting people, providing a public transport service in a professional manner.
Many would not know that 546 left the teaching profession to be a cab driver. He, like many others with a professional background, are part of the broad cross section of men and woman that make up the family of Yellow Cabs operating 24 hours per day 7 days per week 52 weeks per year.
546 will be sadly missed.


 


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