Jason Aldean Concert Rescheduled After Tour Truck Crashes in Canada
A big rig carrying Aldean's tour equipment overturned on a highway in British Columbia
Jason Aldean was forced to reschedule a concert on Tuesday after a tour truck carrying equipment was involved in an accident in Canada.
In a photo shared by Canadian radio personality TJ Connors, the “Burn it Down” tour truck trailer is seen completely flipped over.
“One of Jason Aldean’s Semi Trucks flipped outside #Kamloops, BC,” Connors tweeted with the picture.
According to Billboard, the driver suffered minimal injuries.
The country singer, 38, later tweeted that the show would be rescheduled to tomorrow due to the accident.
“Due to circumstances beyond our control, tonight’s show (10/6) has been moved to tomorrow, Wednesday, October 7th,” Aldean wrote.
The update was also made on the singer’s website, which added that if fans could not make tomorrow’s show they would be offered a refund.
Aldean has faced troubles on the road in the past. In 2013, his tour bus hit and killed a man in Indiana.
At the time, the CMA winner released a statement through his Facebook saying that he was praying for the family of the victim.
“With a heavy heart, I’m sad to say that a man passed away last night after stepping out in front of my bus in Indiana,” Aldean wrote. “In all the years I’ve been touring and all the miles we’ve driven, nothing prepares you for something like this to happen. I’m praying for Albert Kennedy’s family and friends today and ask that you do that same.”
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