A tour bus transporting the country music band Lady Antebellum’s singer Hillary Scott, her husband, and her tour manager recently went up in flames after experiencing a blown tire.
Everyone survived the incident without injury.
Country music band Lady Antebellum’s tour bus caught fire on Interstate 30 in Garland Thursday morning, en route from Nashville to DFW for the American Country Music Awards at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, officials said.
The bus was transporting bandmember Hillary Scott, her husband and her tour manager when it blew a tire, according to her post on social media.
“Our bus tire caught on fire and we had to evacuate very quickly,” she posted. “Everyone is safe and sound.”
Scott took to Facebook and posted about something else that managed to survive amongst the damage.
Despite “everything in the back lounge (being) destroyed from the flames,” the singer’s Bible escaped without any damage to the inside pages.
I just got this picture from the scene of the fire and HAD to share this. Today, when our bus caught on fire we had…
Reports indicate that the group is in the Dallas area for the 50th annual Academy Country Music Awards at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington. Lady Antebellum is nominated for Vocal Group of the Year at the awards.
What do you think of Hillary Scott’s story of faith? Lucky coincidence, or a sign from God?