HUNTINGTON, W.V.— An 18-wheeler that’s part of country music star Jason Aldean’s equipment fleet crashed Thursday morning on Interstate 64 in West Virginia.
Cabell County, West Virginia, dispatchers reported that the crash happened around 4:20 a.m. local time near mile marker six on I-64 in Huntington, West Virginia, according to the publication Country Now, which covers the country music industry.
While no injuries were reported, the equipment truck sustained front end damage. It wasn’t immediately clear whether or not other vehicles were involved in the crash.
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Ran off the road by a car.
That’s a Hirshbach tractor… they just brokered their trailer to be hauled by this company.. obviously they took the low bid!
Who cares what company it was. It could have happened to anyone.