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July 13

Yet Another Car Accident Befalls a Country Singer and It’s Getting more Tragic

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It seems that it’s not a jinx anymore that vehicular accidents happen to country artists like Toby Keith because last 4th of July a rising country artist, Cameran Nelson experience a near-death experience after a car hit their tour bus.

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Cameran Nelson, Car Accident

Texas troubadour, Cameran Nelson did not imagine that his 4th of July would not go as patriotic as planned after the tragic accident that happened involving him and his band’s trailer. While all band members were safe, the driver of the car that crashed the Nelson’s trailer was not so lucky.

A Go FundMe posting was created to ask people any amount of donation for the band’s equipment: detailing how the unfortunate accident caused the band a precious ownership:

“On Monday, July 3, 2017, Cameran Nelson and his band were traveling to Del Rio, Texas to perform for an Independence Day celebration. While traveling, things took a turn for the worse. The tour bus that we were traveling in was struck by another car. While attempting to avoid the collision, the tour bus swerved into the ditch causing the trailer to break away from the bus. The trailer and the band’s equipment was destroyed.

I have had the pleasure of working with Cameran and his band, and have personally seen how hard they work for everything they have. This group plays almost every weekend and puts 100 percent into every show.

I am starting this GoFund Me Campaign to help Cameran and his band get back on their feet and back on the road by replacing the damaged equipment and trailer. Please donate anything you can or share their story to help these guys out. Thank you for taking the time to read and share this campaign.”

The budding country singer on the other hand took to Facebook to share some photos and what he thought about the incident:

“Today was one of the scariest days of my life. I’m very thankful that everyone in my camp is safe. As many miles as we travel, this is a nightmare that you never want to come true or witness. We are all shaken up, but again very thankful to be ok. I just want to go home, hug my family, and try to calm down. Everyone’s thoughts and prayers should be with the man that passed away.”

Learn more about Cameran nelson here:  Cameran Nelson  


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