Shania Twain Tour Bus Rolls Off Highway In Canada

After being involved in a bus accident in Canada, crew members accompanying Shania Twain on her tour were sent to the hospital for treatment.

Reports showed the accident occurred on Highway 1 close to Wolseley, Saskatchewan, on Wednesday morning. According to the police, a total of 13 persons were injured in the collision, although their injuries were not considered to be life-threatening.

The tour bus and the truck both flipped off the road, and photographs taken at the scene of the accident showed the tour bus with substantial damage on the side of the icy highway.

Twain was not on the bus when it crashed.

The owner of the tour bus firm Beat The Street, Joerg Philipp, stated on social medi that vehicles owned by his business had been involved in the accident, an event he claimed was brought on by black ice on the roads.

The Indian Head RCMP is still looking into the incident.

Local news noticed that the vehicle involved in the incident had license plates from the state of Tennessee. According to the website, Beat The Street USA is a Florida-based company specializing in musical crew bussing.

The Indian Head RCMP is still looking into the incident.

Wolseley is approximately 62 miles east of Regina.

Twain’s entourage was on the road as part of her ‘Queen of Me’ tour, and her manager Maverick Management said the accident occurred while Twain was in the middle of her tour.

It is unknown whether or not Twain will proceed with her next performance, which was slated to take place on Thursday in Saskatoon, around 200 miles away from Wolseley.

The Beat The Street USA Team is coordinating its efforts with the authorities in the surrounding area. The company said the safety and health of their customers is their utmost concern.