A vehicle carrying three members of Luke Bryan‘s stage crew used for a recent Syracuse show veered off the road over the weekend, went airborne, and crashed into a tree, according to news reports. The men, all of which are approximately thirty years of age, were airlifted to hospitals.
The responding fire department shared that when they arrived on scene, one of the men was outside the vehicle, while the other two were trapped inside and freed once the roof was able to be peeled back. At this point, the severity of the injuries remain unknown, as are the identities of the crew members.
The injured parties had been working Bryan’s concert Saturday night in Syracuse at the Carrier Dome and were part of the light rigging crew. When they were involved in the accident, they were on their way home to West Virginia in a Ford Freestar minivan on Route 13.
An official investigation is being conducted, but there is currently no updated information. Our thoughts and prayers are with the injured parties, their families, friends, and coworkers.
Update: The workers that were injured in the accident were members of a local crew and not from Luke Bryan’s Nashville-based crew.