Members of American band The Dillinger Escape Plan were hospitalised after their tour bus was hit by a truck on the way to a gig in Poland.
Thirteen people were injured in the road crash after a truck ploughed into the bus near Radomsko, Poland. The band were on their way to a concert in Krakow, but the Sunday night (12Feb17) gig had to be called off after band members were taken to hospital for tests. No one were severely injured.
Police spokeswoman Aneta Wlazlowska told Polish news network TVN24 the tour bus was hit while it was parked by the side of the road.
She confirmed the person left with the most severe injuries was the driver of the truck, and that a pregnant woman travelling with the band was unharmed.
Although the New Jersey rockers' Krakow concert has been cancelled, their next tour stop in Leipzig, Germany on Tuesday (14Feb17) is still listed as going ahead.
The band, who formed in 1997 and are currently comprised of sole remaining founder member Ben Weinman, Liam Wilson, Greg Puciato, Billy Rymer, and Kevin Antreassian, are currently on their farewell European tour after announcing they were splitting last year.