Cello In A Cab Yesterday in New York City, cellist Yo-Yo Ma left his $2.5 million 18th century cello in the trunk of a taxi-cab on his way to a hotel. Four hours later, it turned up, unharmed, at the Maria Maria Cab Company in Queens. Danny talks to Sergeant Kenny Yule of the 108th Precinct about the cello's unlikely cab ride.

Cello In A Cab

Cello In A Cab

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Yesterday in New York City, cellist Yo-Yo Ma left his $2.5 million 18th century cello in the trunk of a taxi-cab on his way to a hotel. Four hours later, it turned up, unharmed, at the Maria Maria Cab Company in Queens. Danny talks to Sergeant Kenny Yule of the 108th Precinct about the cello's unlikely cab ride.

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