Shania Twain has spoken out following Wednesday’s “very scary” bus crash that left 13 of her tour crew members hospitalized in Saskatchewan, Canada.
Taking to social media, the “Man! I Feel Like A Woman!” hitmaker, 58, praised the “outpour of affection” she and her team have received from fans since news of the ordeal got here to light.
“Thanks a lot for the out pour of affection and support from everyone,” Twain posted on her Instagram Story Thursday night.
“Before everything my touring family are protected. Anyone needing medical care is receiving great support.”
“The local people and each single crew person has been phenomenal, within the face of a really scary scenario,” she wrote.
Twain concluded, “Hug and hold those you’re keen on, we’re doing the identical.”
The “You’re Still The One” singer, who’s from Ontario, was not on the bus on the time of the accident.
Based on police, the injuries sustained from the crash, that involved Twain’s crew tour bus and truck, were all considered non-life-threatening.
The vehicles were traveling between tour dates in Winnipeg and Saskatoon when the ordeal took place.
“One crew bus and one truck from the ‘Shania Twain — Queen Of Me’ tour were involved in a highway accident driving between Winnipeg and Saskatoon, Canada,” Maverick Management told The Post in an announcement.
“Multiple vehicles encountered dangerous driving conditions on account of inclement weather.”
The statement continued, “Members of the production crew who require medical attention have been taken to nearby hospitals.”
“We’re incredibly thankful to the emergency services teams for his or her quick response and ongoing support,” Twain’s management said. “We ask for patience as we take care of our touring family.”
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police issued an announcement a couple of coach bus with Tennessee license plates rolling over on Highway 1 at around 7 a.m. CT Wednesday morning, in keeping with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
The “That Don’t Impress Me Much” hitmaker went ahead with Thursday’s show at SaskTel Centre in Saskatchewan following the collision.
Twain has a complete of 4 dates left to perform in Canada, before she kickstarts her third Las Vegas residency, set to start out May 10, 2024.