Drake Milligan Gives Health Update After Tour Van Crashes Into Cement Median
The soaring star and numerous of his band associates sustained critical accidents.
Drake Milligan was compelled to cancel a new live performance after he and his band have been hospitalized with accidents sustained in a tour van collision.
The time 17 America’s Got Talent finalist and his band users were being in route to the Two Stage Inn Competition in Georgetown, Texas on Sunday (April 16), when a car or truck struck their tour van resulting in them to crash into a cement median.
The crash still left Milligan and several of his bandmates injured, nevertheless, the extent of their accidents currently continues to be unidentified. The “Sounds Like Something I Do” singer and his touring cohorts were hospitalized for their injuries and have given that been launched.
Subsequent the accident, Drake Milligan took to social media to share an update with enthusiasts.
“Happy to report that we’re all upright and heading property. ⚡️” Milligan wrote in a statement on Instagram. ”We acquired in really the fender bender on the way to @twostepinn, but we’re all on the mend.”
Milligan ongoing to showcase his appreciation for the fans’ type phrases and prayers as he and his band get well from the incident.
“We definitely recognize all the really like and properly needs,” the 24-year-aged singer additional.
He went on to graciously thank Mark Bogart, who is the proprietor of the out of doors and sporting merchandise enterprise, Ranch King Blinds, who was able to get him and his band household securely.
“A particular thank you to Mark Bogart with @mbranchkingblinds who got the boys back again to Nashville securely. A further massive thank you to the fantastic individuals with the Two Stage Inn festival who instantly sent a truck to us to put all of our gear in. Heaps to be grateful for! We’re gonna relaxation up, see y’all at @stagecoach true before long!”
Bogart responded to Milligan’s social media publish in the responses, stating “Happy to enable out! Hold on preserving on! “
In the meantime, dozens of followers speedily took to the remarks to send out very well-needs to Milligan and his band.
“SO Glad to listen to y’all are all on the mend!!!” just one fan wrote, even though yet another additional, “Glad that you are all ok ❤️”
Another a single of his followers shared, “My family and I sign up for all the many others in thankfulness that you and your band are secure! We’re grateful for just about every of these who stepped up to assist y’all!🥰
The situation of life can alter in a instant! The excellent news is, God is at any time-existing through it all!”
Other admirers wrote: “So happy to know you’re all harmless & on the mend,” “So glad you men are all alright! Relaxation up and you are gonna rock it at Stagecoach!” and “So glad y’all are okay. That was awful.”
Soon after he recovers from his injuries, Milligan will head to Indio, CA to conduct at Stagecoach audio competition. He will get the T-Cellular Mane Phase on Friday, April 28.
The singer/songwriter not too long ago attended the CMT Tunes Awards, exactly where he was nominated for his 1st-at any time award. The Fort Well worth native was up for Male Breakthrough Male Artist Of The 12 months at the coveted awards clearly show.
“This is my to start with time currently being nominated for a CMT, very first time in this article at the awards, [my] 1st awards present period of time,” he explained on the CMT Music Awards purple carpet. ”So, I’m so happy I could be in this article at the CMT [Awards]. This is truly entire-circle for me. I got my get started on Solar Records on CMT when I was 17. CMT has truly form of permitted me a profession and to be again below in my dwelling state of Texas and back wherever it all started out with CMT, that’s a pretty good experience. So, I’m a minimal nervous, but I’m just hoping to delight in it. Everybody’s been so nice.”
Drake Milligan, who finished in third spot on Year 17 of America’s Obtained Talent, produced his debut entire-duration album, Dallas / Fort Value, on Thursday (Sept. 15).