Crew members for country singer Josh Turner were included in a bus accident late Wednesday night after a show, leaving one dead and seven wounded, according to the San Luis Obispo County Fire Department.
The Fire department responded to an accident in Shandon, California. Before midnight local time that a tour bus hauling crew drove off the street, as stated by the SLO’s official Twitter accounts and reports by local ABC and NBC affiliates. The fire department’s official Twitter accounts also affirmed that the bus included was hauling Turner’s street crew, including that Turner and his group were”in various buses rather than hurt.”
“Josh Turner and his Street family have endured a catastrophic loss,” Turner’s representative Leigh Parr Malleus composed in an announcement to NationEditions. “Please keep the team, band and Josh on your thoughts and prayers.”
NationEditions has attained out the SLO County Fire Department for comment.
The Country singer had played Wednesday night in Paso Robles, California, roughly a 20-minute drive in the website of the wreck. His next scheduled series has been set for Friday in the Central Washington State Fair, based on his site.
Parr told NationEditions that remaining September shows will probably be”rescheduled for a later date”