Maverick Management has confirmed that 13 people were injured when Shania Twain’s tour bus was involved in a rollover accident near Saskatchewan on Monday, according to reports.
The management company said in a statement, “Production staff who required treatment were taken to a nearby hospital.” CTV News. “Please wait for a while while I take care of my family while on tour.”
According to CTV, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) confirmed that 13 people were treated in hospital for various non-life-threatening injuries. Deputies said Twain was not on the bus at the time. Said NBC News.
“A crew bus and a truck on the Shania Twain and Queen of Me tour were involved in a highway accident while traveling between Winnipeg and Saskatoon,” Maverick Management said. Ta. people In a statement.
The company further clarified the situation by simply noting that weather may have been a factor in the latest accident involving a tour bus.
“Due to inclement weather, multiple vehicles encountered dangerous driving conditions. Production staff requiring medical treatment were transported to a nearby hospital,” the statement said.
Indian Head police officers were reportedly called to the scene of the crash just after 7 a.m. and began providing medical care to those in need.
Law enforcement officials closed Highway 1 from Wolseley East to the Manitoba border due to poor road conditions, but reopened the highway just after noon, CTV reported.
The brand of one of the vehicles was identified as Beat The Street USA Fleet, a Florida-based company that specializes in bus services for touring bands. It is still unclear why Twain did not travel with the team. (Related: Country star Shania Twain wipes out on stage)
The Indian Head RCMP investigation into this incident is ongoing. Additional updates will be provided as they become available.