Crew members on Shania Twain’s “Queen Of Me” tour were involved in a highway collision between Winnipeg and Saskatoon on Wednesday, resulting in hospitalizations. The incident included one crew bus and one truck from the tour and was attributed to dangerous driving conditions due to inclement weather. Shania Twain, the 58-year-old artist, was not present on the bus at the time of the accident.
In a statement from Twain’s representatives, gratitude was expressed to emergency services for their quick response and ongoing support. Crew members in need of medical attention were promptly taken to nearby hospitals. The statement also requested patience as the touring family is cared for in the aftermath of the collision.
Fox News Digital reached out to authorities in Saskatchewan and Winnipeg for additional information on the multiple-vehicle collision. The details of the collision and the extent of injuries sustained by crew members were not specified in the provided information.
Twain had performed at the Canada Life Centre in Winnipeg the day before the accident and is scheduled to perform at the SaskTel Centre in Saskatoon on Thursday. The report notes uncertainty regarding whether the upcoming concert will proceed as scheduled.
Shania Twain’s “Queen Of Me” tour, which began in April, has included performances in the United States before venturing to Europe over the summer. The tour comprises a total of 76 shows and is slated to conclude in Vancouver next week. The Canadian singer, recognized for hits like “You’re Still the One,” remains an influential figure in the music industry. The report focuses on the factual details surrounding the collision and its impact on the ongoing tour without offering commentary or additional analysis.
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