Three of Luke Bryan’s lighting crew members have been injured after their vehicle careened into a tree hours just after the country star’s concert in Syracuse, NY.
On April 10, a vehicle carrying the three men went airborne before hitting a tree and rolling into a watery ditch around 8:30 a.m near the small town of Alpine Junction, N.Y. According to a Facebook post from WSMV-TV Executive Producer Jimmy Carter, two of the men were removed from the car after the Jaws of Life were used to cut off the vehicle’s roof. The other man was outside of the vehicle when rescue crews arrived, but it is unclear if he was ejected from the Ford Freestar minivan they were traveling in.
So far, the names of the three men have not been revealed, although two of the men are said to be brothers. The status of their injuries has also not been publicly reported.
According to Mix 103.3, the three men were on their way home to West Virginia after working on the lighting rig for Bryan’s Kill the Lights Tour stop in Syracuse the night before. Details are still breaking, so make sure to keep checking Wide Open Country for updates on this story.