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John Michael Montgomery informs followers about his well being following tour bus overturned

John Michael Montgomery informs followers about his well being following tour bus overturned

John Michael Mongomery is informing followers about his well being following a tour bus overturned on the best way to North Carolina.

Mongomery was in a “severe accident” Friday whereas driving to a live performance in North Carolina.

The I Swear singer, 57, posted to his official Fb, writing that his bus had been in an accident, however everybody who had been on board had been recovering from their accidents.

Leisure Tonight reported Montgomery was a passenger on the bus touring south in Tennessee close to the Kentucky state line, when it veered off the interstate, struck an embankment, and overturned.

“Regardless of some cuts and damaged ribs, I’m doing properly,” he wrote. “I’ll take a while over the following couple of weeks to heal and be again on the highway quickly.”

“I’m grateful to the medics and freeway patrol for his or her fast response to this tough state of affairs,” he continued. “Due to everybody for his or her considerations.”

Marc Wooden of Frankfort, KY,

 and passenger William Salyer of Staffordsville, KY had been additionally injured within the crash, in response to the ET.

Montgomery — who’s the brother of Montgomery Gentry’s Eddie Montgomery — is at the moment on tour, along with his subsequent present scheduled for Sept. 24 in Shipshewana, Indiana. He’s joined on his tour by his son, Walker Montgomery.

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