REPORT: Country music star shares concern over being involved in fatal accident

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Country music star Travis Tritt was involved in a fatal car crash early Saturday morning where two people died after a car traveling the wrong way on a South Carolina highway collided with another vehicle.

Tritt took to social media after being “shaken up” by the deadly crash that took place in front of his tour bus on Veterans Highway in Myrtle beach.

The article goes on to state the following:

“Thank God we are all okay. I feel so bad for those who died needlessly tonight. I’m really shaken up by what I witnessed,” Tritt wrote on Twitter. “God bless those who died.”

In additional Twitter posts, Tritt wrote:

We sustained minor damage as we tried to avoid the crash site in front of us. Bus damage can be fixed, but lives cannot be replaced. I’m so incredibly sad for those who lost their lives tonight.

I’m told that two people were killed in tonight’s accident as the the result of someone who was obviously driving drunk or impaired. Just a sober reminder to everyone to never drive if you’ve been drinking or impaired in any way. Uber or Lyft is just a phone call away.

I beg everyone to please, please, please drive sober. Know when to admit that you are too impaired to drive.

We only were sideswiped in tonight’s accident. It could’ve been so much worse. God was obviously watching over us tonight. I praise God for keeping us safe!

Lots of folks have been asking if our shows will still play tonight and tomorrow nite in spite of the accident we were involved early this morning. The answer is “yes.” The show must and will go on. Very grateful to all who have expressed concern.

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