BBC halts 'Top Gear' filming following former cricketer Flintoff's December crash
BBC will not resume filming Top Gear series after Flintoff crash investigation
‘Judgment about how best to continue’ with motoring show will come after health and safety review The BBC has said it will not resume filming the latest series of Top Gear after co-presenter former England cricket captain Andrew “Freddie” Flintoff was injured in a crash last year.The broadcaster said there will be a health and safety review on the motoring show, which has been running in its current iteration for 21 years. Continue reading...
'Top Gear' filming halted after presenter Flintoff's car crash
LONDON -The making of the hugely popular BBC car show "Top Gear" has been halted following a crash during filming in December that left co-presenter Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff with serious injuries, the broadcaster said late on Thursday. The BBC said it had concluded its investigation into the crash - which had initially led to filming being suspended - and that it would now halt filming