Country Music Star Injured in Major Accident

Country Music Star Injured in Major Accident

Country Superstar Suffers DEVASTATING Accident

( – On Saturday, September 10, country music singer John Michael Montgomery was in a vehicle accident while on his way to North Carolina. The 57-year-old is now recovering from serious injuries.

Montgomery posted a message on social media revealing his bus overturned in Jellico, Tennessee. His 2001 Prevost Featherlite bus was just south of the city when it struck an embankment on Interstate 75. He said he has broken ribs and cuts, but he’s recovering. Two others were also injured, but are healing.

Montgomery has had more than 30 singles on the Billboard country chart throughout his career. Seven of them hit number one, including “I Swear” and “I Can Love You Like That.” In his post about the accident, the star thanked the Tennessee Highway Patrol and first responders for their “quick response.” He said he would be taking some time to heal but has since confirmed he intends to perform at the Great Ogeechee Seafood Festival in Georgia on October 15.

The singer is the brother of Eddie Montgomery, who was half of the iconic band, Montgomery Gentry. Saturday’s accident occurred just two days after the fifth anniversary of Troy Gentry’s death in a helicopter crash that occurred in Medford, New Jersey.

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