Three hospitalised in Willie Nelson tourbus accident

Three people have been hospitalised after Willie Nelson's band's tourbus was involved in an accident. The bus crashed on Saturday morning ([November 23] in Texas on a icy road, reports TMZ. Nelson was reportedly in his own bus when the band bus hit a bridge pillar roughly 80 miles east of Dallas. One person was left with a broken hip but the other two men apparently "walked away with bumps and bruises".

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Three people have been hospitalised after Willie Nelson‘s band’s tourbus was involved in an accident.

The bus crashed on Saturday morning ([November 23] in Texas on a icy road, reports TMZ. Nelson was reportedly in his own bus when the band bus hit a bridge pillar roughly 80 miles east of Dallas. One person was left with a broken hip but the other two men apparently “walked away with bumps and bruises”.

Nelson released his last studio album, Heroes, in May of last year. The LP featured covers of tracks including Pearl Jam‘s “Just Breathe”, as well as his pro-cannabis song “Roll Me Up”, which featured Snoop Dogg.


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