Country music singer Sammy Kershaw and his nine band members were uninjured when their tour bus got into a high-speed accident in Texas.
The crash occurred Friday night in Nocona, as Kershaw and his band finished a show.
“My guys and I are a little sore today… the third day is always the worst,” Kershaw told Great American Country. “Eleven people were involved in the accident and no one was killed. It could have gone the other way. Buses and cars can be replaced but people can’t. I’m so thankful that the other driver, my band and crew are all still here. We had a guardian angel.”
The bus and another vehicle collided at a high rate of speed. Kershaw and his band were uninjured in the accident but the driver of the other vehicle was taken to the hospital, Great American Country reported.
The Texas crash did not impact any of Kershaw’s upcoming tour dates, which are on schedule, the television station reported.
Kershaw and his band will be using another vehicle during their tour while the bus gets repaired, according to GACTV.
The other vehicle involved in the accident was totaled, the Associated Press reported.
Kershaw gained fame in the early 1990s with hits like “"She Don't Know She's Beautiful" and "I Can't Reach Her Anymore," the AP noted.
The country music singer has sold more than five million albums.