Rockers Fozzy were left shaken earlier this week (beg11Jul11) after they escaped serious injury in a terrifying road accident.
The heavy metal band was heading to a gig in Denmark on Tuesday morning (12Jul11) when its tour bus hit a barricade, tipped onto two wheels and skidded for 50 feet (15 metres).
The front and side windscreens were smashed and the driver's door was torn from its hinges during the crash - and the rockers were stunned they escaped with minor injuries.
Singer Chris Jericho tells Blabbermouth.net, "All of us in the Fozzy family are relieved and blessed that nobody was seriously hurt in the accident."
The incident forced the band to scrap its show in Aarhus, Denmark on Tuesday night but Jericho vowed Fozzy will resume its tour in Hamburg, Germany on Wednesday (13Jul11).
He adds, "The show must go on and we are happy that even though some of us are shaken up, our show in Hamburg will take place. We dodged a huge bullet.... for sure though."
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