American rockers The Dillinger Escape Plan have scrapped their remaining European tour dates after their tour bus was hit by a truck on the way to a gig in Poland.
Thirteen people were injured in the traffic accident near Radomsko on Saturday (11Feb17).
The band was on its way to a Sunday (12Feb17) concert in Krakow, but the gig was called off after band members were taken to hospital for tests. No one was severely injured.
Early on Monday (13Feb17), the band's tour stop in Leipzig, Germany on Tuesday (14Feb17) was still scheduled, but that has now been cancelled, along with all remaining dates in Europe.
"On Saturday, February 11, THE Dillinger Escape Plan and crew were driving to their show in Krakow, Poland when their bus broke down and the driver had to pull over on the side of the road," a statement reads. "A truck smashed into the trailer, which held all the band's gear, before hitting the bus. No one is in critical condition but the band and crew are still being assessed for the extent of their injuries at John Paul Regional Hospital in Zamosc.
"The remaining dates in Croatia, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, France, Spain and Belgium (running through March 5) have been canceled."
Meanwhile, guitarist Benjamin Weinman adds, "All the gear is destroyed and there are injuries. We are unable to continue this tour right now. The band and crew would like to thank the fans and press around the world for their concern and the Polish police and medical staff for their handling of the situation. We hope to get back to Europe soon."