News broke early Monday of a car accident involving three of Luke Bryan's crew members. The terrifying crash took place early Sunday morning near Alpine Junction, New York, as the men were returning home following Luke Bryan's Kill The Lights tour stop in Syracuse where the trio worked as part of the lighting crew. The mini van the men were traveling in left the road, hit a ditch, and went airborne. The vehicle eventually struck a tree and came to rest in standing water.
When rescue teams arrived at the scene, one man was found outside of the vehicle and the Jaws of Life were used to remove the other two men. All three victims were airlifted to area hospitals.
Luke Bryan's publicist spoke to the Toledo Blade and said that the injured crew members were not a part of Bryan's crew, but were locally provided additional help. Bryan's publicist also said that the men, who have yet to be identified, are going to be okay.
Bryan also took to social media to comment about the accident:
Because the accident victims aren't part of Luke Bryan's crew, upcoming concerts will not be affected.
Our prayer continue to be with the victims of the horrifying car accident. We wish them a full and speedy recovery.
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