HomeCelebrity NewsJohn Michael Montgomery Healing from ‘Serious’ Tour Bus Crash Injuries

John Michael Montgomery Healing from ‘Serious’ Tour Bus Crash Injuries

, a prominent figure

John Michael Montgomery, a prominent figure in the country music scene, was injured in a “severe” bus accident. On Friday, the 57-year-old man and two other people were hurt when the tour bus they were riding in crashed in Tennessee close to the state line with Kentucky.

Catastrophic accident

John Michael Montgomery Healing from 'Serious' Tour Bus Crash Injuries

“Yesterday, we were on our way to a concert in North Carolina when we were involved in a catastrophic accident. Everyone who was on the bus is making a full recovery from their various wounds “The musician spoke with his audience via a statement that was published on Facebook. “I am doing okay despite the fact that I have a few cuts and damaged ribs. I need to take some time off during the next several weeks to focus on getting better, but I should be back on the road in no time.”

Tennessee Highway Patrol

According to a report that was acquired by WATE 6 from the Tennessee Highway Patrol, Montgomery was a passenger on a 2001 Prevost Featherlite bus that was heading south on Freeway 75 just south of Jellico when it went off the interstate, struck an embankment, and flipped.

of Staffordsville, Kentucky

According to the report, the accident also resulted in injuries for driver Marc Wood of Frankfort, Kentucky, as well as passenger William Salyer of Staffordsville, Kentucky.

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In the final part of his statement, Montgomery added, “I would want to express my appreciation to the emergency personnel and the highway patrol for reacting so quickly to this challenging scenario.” “I want to express my gratitude to everyone for their concern.”

Montgomery and his son Walker Montgomery

Recently, Montgomery and his son Walker Montgomery, who is making a name for himself as a rising country performer, sang a duet together on stage at the Kentucky State Fair. It is now unknown whether or not the event will go on as scheduled on September 24 at the Blue Gate Performing Arts Center in Shipshewana, Indiana, where The father was two is scheduled to play as part of their upcoming tour.