Jason Aldean Tour Semi Crashes in Canada

Jason Aldean. Photo: CMA

Jason Aldean. Photo: CMA

A semi truck carrying tour equipment for Jason Aldean flipped on the Trans Canada highway early this morning (Oct. 6), following his performance in Kamloops, a city in British Columbia. Because the semi was hauling musical equipment, the crash forced Aldean to postpone his Burn It Down concert stop in Prince George. Originally scheduled for tonight, it will now take place on Wednesday, Oct. 7.

“The driver suffered minor injuries when the truck went off the right-hand side of the road, striking a rock, causing the truck to flip,” said Kamloops RCMP Cpl. Cheryl Bush. “The truck contained music equipment belonging to Jason Aldean’s band, which had just performed in Kamloops and was on the road to its next tour stop in Prince George.”

According to KFJC News in Kamloops, Bush says the cause of the crash is under investigation.


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