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NFL Network's production truck stolen

11/12/2014 09:53 EST | Updated 01/12/2015 05:59 EST
They say the show must go on, but how do you televise a program from a remote location when your production mobile truck has been stolen? That's the quandary The Rich Eisen Show faced Wednesday.

Eisen, The NFL Newtork's top host, is in Miami to televise the pre-game show before Thursday night's Buffalo-Miami game. But he awoke Wednesday morning to find that the production truck, with millions of dollars of equipment, had been stolen from a gated parking lot near SunLife Stadium. The truck is owned by production company NEP and was being used by DirecTV and CBS Sports.

A replacement truck was being dispatched to Miami when the trailer portion of the mobile unit was found after a search by Miami-Dade Police, according to the Miami Herald. Nothing was missing from the trailer and it did not sustain any damage. However, the truck cabin was still missing.

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