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EntertainmentTravis Tritt’s Tour Bus Involved in Fatal Accident, Alcohol Suspected

06:55  19 may  2019
06:55  19 may  2019 Source:   theblast.com

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Country star Travis Tritt was involved in a devastating car accident that resulted in two deaths, and the singer says he suspects alcohol is to blame. God bless those who died.” Tritt ’ s quick acting tour bus driver was able to swerve out of the way to avoid the brunt of the chaos from the two

Travis Tritt was involved in a fatal car accident in the early morning hours of Saturday (May 18) and he says he is “really shaken up” by what he experienced. The country singer was riding in his tour bus in South Carolina when the bus was involved in an accident with at least two other vehicles.

Travis Tritt’s Tour Bus Involved in Fatal Accident, Alcohol Suspected© Travis Tritt Twitter: @travistritt

Country star Travis Tritt was involved in a devastating car accident that resulted in two deaths, and the singer says he suspects alcohol is to blame.

The “It’s a Great Day to Be Alive” singer revealed the details of the grisly wreck while traveling through South Carolina, telling fans, “We were just involved in a fatal accident with a driver going the wrong way on Veteran’s Highway as we were leaving Myrtle Beach.”

He adds, “Thank God we are all okay. I feel so bad for those who died needlessly tonight. I’m really shaken up by what I witnessed. God bless those who died.”

Tritt’s quick acting tour bus driver was able to swerve out of the way to avoid the brunt of the chaos from the two vehicles and only sustained minor damage, but the singer said, “Bus damage can be fixed, but lives cannot be replaced. I’m so incredibly sad for those who lost their lives tonight.”

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Travis Tritt was involved in a fatal car accident just before 3 AM Saturday morning. The country star was on his tour bus on a South Carolina highway when he says a Jeep, going the wrong way, hit a pickup truck in His tour bus was sideswiped by one of the vehicles but only sustained minor damage.

Two vehicles and Tritt ' s tour bus were involved in the wreck. No one on the tour bus was injured, but Tritt was shaken by the experience, according to his His bus was sideswiped when trying to avoid the wreck but sustained only minor damage. The celebrity said the wreck was the result of someone

As for the cause of the deadly wreck, Tritt reveals, “I’m told that two people were killed in tonight’s accident as the the result of someone who was obviously driving drunk or impaired. Just a sober reminder to everyone to never drive if you’ve been drinking or impaired in any way.”

He stresses, “I beg everyone to please, please, please drive sober. Know when to admit that you are too impaired to drive.”

Tritt did not say he was canceling any shows in wake of the accident, and is scheduled to perform Saturday night in Hiawassee, GA.

Travis Tritt’s Tour Bus Involved in Fatal Accident, Alcohol Suspected© AP Photo/Mark Humphrey In this Oct. 8, 2018, photo, Travis Tritt performs during "An Opry Salute to Ray Charles" at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, Tenn.

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