Shania Twain gives fans an update on 13 cast members Injured in ‘terrible’ car crash while in Canada on her “Queen of Me” tour.
“Thank you so much for all the love and support,” the “Any Man of Mine” songstress wrote on her Instagram Story on Thursday.
“First and foremost, my traveling family is safe. Anyone who needs medical attention is well supported.”
Mark Twain, who was not present at the time of the accident, added: “Every crew member performed brilliantly in the face of a very dire situation.”
“Hug and hug the ones you love, we’re doing the same! ❤️,” the 58-year-old Grammy winner concluded.
Twain’s management team told Page Six that one of Twain’s crew buses and a truck were traveling in icy conditions between Winnipeg and Saskatoon when the incident occurred on Wednesday.
“Due to the severe weather, multiple vehicles experienced hazardous driving conditions,” the statement read.
At the time, a spokesperson for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Tell Entertainment Tonight Emergency services received a call shortly after 7am about the bus overturning
The spokesman added that 13 people were taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
live videoPhotos obtained by CBC Saskatchewan show the bus on its side with pieces of the front broken off.
In the ice and snow, the ground was littered with debris.
The incident didn’t stop Twain from performing at the Saskatchewan Center on Thursday.
The “That Don’t Impress Me Much” singer has been on tour since April and is expected to wrap up in Vancouver on Nov. 14.
She will begin a Las Vegas residency in May 2024.