Thompson Square's Tour Bus Involved in Major Interstate Accident

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It's been a really bad week for country music, as two big bands have been involved in serious tour bus accidents in just two days. Lady Antebellum's bus caught on fire yesterday, and Thompson Square's was hit by another bus on Friday.

Everyone was fine in Lady A's accident, but that sadly isn't the case wit Thompson Square's incident. According to their Facebook post, they're all fine, but that isn't the case with the other group involved.

"As many have already heard there was a major tour bus accident this morning in Colorado. Contrary to reports in the media our band and crew are all ok and injury free, and damage to our crew bus was minimal. There was another tour bus involved belonging to the rock band Twin Shadow who sadly were not so fortunate. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of those who were injured and their families. – T2Team," they posted.

The other band's bus driver is reportedly the one seriously injured. Their bus slammed into the back of a stopped semi-trailer on Interstate 70 in Colorado early this morning in dense fog. They set off a chain reaction that involved the bus carrying Thompson Square and a second semi-trailer.

Twin Shadow's show set for tonight at the Bluebird Theater in Denver has been canceled. Thompson Square is set to play tonight as planned at the National Western Complex Arena in Denver.

We hope everyone has a speedy recovery! Our thoughts our with everyone involved.

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