Country newcomer Chris Lane had a lucky escape on Sunday (30Oct16) after the back of his tour bus went up in flames.
The Fix star, 31, was travelling to Nashville, Tennessee after performing a show in New York on Saturday (29Oct16) when his vehicle caught fire.
He took to Instagram early on Sunday to share a snap of the burning bus, with smoke pouring out of the tail end.
"Our Bus just burned down on the side of 65....all my stuff in the back," he shared.
However, Chris managed to keep a smile on his face as he was thankful no one was hurt.
He added of the emergency: "We are all Safe... so that's a positive".
It is not known if any of Chris' tour equipment was damaged in the fire, but he has a little down time to prepare for his next show, which takes place in Winnipeg, Canada on 4 November (16).
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