The Ghost Inside Involved In Bus Accident

 

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UPDATED: Thursday, November 19 at 7:30 p.m. EST

The Ghost Inside have shared an official statement through their Facebook page. You can read what they had to say below.

“Thanks to everyone who reached out with concern today. The Ghost Inside was involved in a serious bus accident outside El Paso, TX this morning. All 5 band members + all members of the crew are alive and currently being treated for their injuries. Please keep them in your thoughts as well as their bus driver and those in the other vehicle who did not make it. Unfortunately, all US shows on the Locals Only Tour are cancelled. Refunds available at point of purchase. We will update you more when we can.”

ORIGINAL POST: Thursday, November 19 at 3:45 p.m. EST

Reports are beginning to pour in through Twitter that the Ghost Inside have been involved in a serious bus accident on their way from Texas to Phoenix. It has been reported that they collided with a semi truck. According to CBS reporter Lashay Wesley, the accident took place just a few miles East of the U.S. border patrol checkpoint on US 62/180.

While local reporters are on the scene and live-updating through Twitter,  Dave Summers (tour manager for the Wonder Years) that all members of the band and crew are alive and accounted for.

WARNING GRAPHIC PHOTO

The photo below was taken by a trucker (Jay Ivie) who was at the scene of the crash this morning, as reported by KFMX, a local Texas radio station.

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