Early Sunday morning (April 10), three men who had served as part of Luke Bryan's lighting crew for his concert in Syracuse, New York were involved in a frightening car accident on their way home to West Virginia.
According to The Oddessa File, the accident took place around 8:30 AM, when the van the men were in went off the road and then "went airborne, hit a tree, and came to rest on its side in a watery ditch 150 feet from where it left the road."
By the time the fire department made its way to the crash site, one of the men was walking around outside of the van, but the other two were trapped inside. After they were rescued from the wreckage, all three men were airlifted to the hospital.
On Monday (April 11), Bryan's publicist provided an update on the injured crew members to The Toledo Blade, saying that they are all going to be alright.
When Bryan heard about the news, he wanted to reach out to show his support for the three men, even though they are not a part of his permanent crew. He shared a post on Facebook, wishing the crew members a quick recovery and sending comforting thoughts to their families.
Since the crew members aren't part of Bryan's normal crew, his upcoming concert in Toledo on April 14 will proceed as planned.
We join Bryan in sending our prayers to the three crew members for quick and complete recoveries.