Shania Twain’s tour bus was involved in a highway accident, and several were taken to the hospital

Shania Twain’s tour bus was involved in a highway accident, and several were taken to the hospital


Several members of Shania Twain’s tour crew were hospitalized Wednesday in Canada after the crew bus and one truck overturned, The Post confirms.

“A crew bus and one truck from the ‘Shania Twain – Queen of Me’ tour were involved in an accident on the highway between Winnipeg and Saskatoon, Canada,” Maverick Management told The Post in a statement.

“Several vehicles encountered dangerous driving conditions due to inclement weather.”

The statement continued: “Members of the production crew who required medical care were transferred to nearby hospitals.”

“We are extremely grateful to the emergency services teams for their quick response and continued support,” Twain’s management said. “We ask for patience as we care for our itinerant family.”

Its management confirmed that Twain was not on the bus.
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Thirteen people were trapped on the bus.
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The Royal Canadian Mounted Police issued a statement about a bus with Tennessee license plates overturning on Highway 1 at approximately 7 a.m. CT on Wednesday morning, according to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

It was confirmed that the “Man, I Feel Like a Woman” singer, who is from Ontario, was not on the bus at the time of the accident.

The Queen of Me tour, promoting her first album in six years of the same name, is scheduled to stop in Saskatoon on Thursday.

Shania Twain performs at Scotiabank Arena on October 22 in Toronto, Ontario.
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Crews were called to the scene shortly after 7 a.m. Wednesday and had to smash windows to free 13 people trapped on the bus, Greenville Township Fire Chief Dwayne Stone told Global News.

Stone did not believe any of their injuries were life-threatening.

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