Nation music star Travis Tritt was concerned in a deadly automobile crash early Saturday morning the place two folks died after a automobile touring the unsuitable means on a South Carolina freeway collided with one other car.
Tritt took to social media after being “shaken up” by the lethal crash that came about in entrance of his tour bus on Veterans Freeway in Myrtle seashore.
“Thank God we’re all okay. I really feel so unhealthy for individuals who died needlessly tonight. I’m actually shaken up by what I witnessed,” Tritt wrote on Twitter. “God bless those that died.”
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The musician shared an image displaying the extent of the injury brought on by the collision.
He mentioned that whereas everybody contained in the bus was not harmed, their car sustained minor injury as the driving force tried to keep away from the collision straight in entrance of them.
Horry County Hearth and Rescue mentioned that two unidentified folks died throughout a multi-vehicle crash Freeway 22 at round three:30 a.m. A 3rd individual sustained solely minor accidents.
Whereas the reason for the crash remains to be being investigated by the South Carolina Freeway Patrol, Tritt mentioned on Twitter that he was knowledgeable that the accident was a results of a “drunk or impaired” driver.
He used the traumatic occasion to remind folks “to by no means drive if you happen to’ve been ingesting or impaired in anyway.”
“Uber or Lyft is only a cellphone name away.”
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“I urge everybody to please, please, please drive sober. Know when to confess that you’re too impaired to drive,” he mentioned in a separate tweet.
The Grammy award-winning artist was touring out of the state after performing on the Home of Blues in Myrtle Seashore Friday evening.