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The Perrys Involved In Bus Accident

Nashville, TN (March 29, 2019) – The Perrys concert for tonight inRichmond, Indiana has been canceled due to an accident in the early morning hours in Indianapolis. Troy Peach states, “A tire came off a Jeep on the other side of the interstate, came across the concrete barrier and hit our bus on the driver’s side windshield. Andrew (Goldman) was driving, and it’s a miracle that he kept the bus under control enough to get it off the interstate. Had the tire came in six inches higher, our story this morning would be one of disaster. But, GOD!!!” Andrew will be going to the hospital when he gets home to be checked out, as he has sustained several injuries. Please pray for The Perrys in their efforts to get back home to Nashville.
For further updates on The Perrys recovery and their rescheduled dates, connect with them on their website or Facebook page.
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