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Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Van accident- Trainwreck riders show cancelled tomorrow

Posted By on Wed, Jun 27, 2007 at 8:49 PM

Here¹s a link to the Pitchfork story.

"A drunk driver side swiped them late Saturday night in Ft. Worth, Texas. Trainwreck Riders' van flipped and rolled over multiple times. It was a hit an run, but the drunk driver was eventually caught by the police a few miles down the road from where the accident occurred. Their van is totaled. Their equipment is heavily damaged. And in terms of injuries, it seems that Garritt Heater (bass guitar) has a broken arm, Andrew Kerwin (guitar) has a broken rib, and Pete Frauenfelder (lead singer) injured his back...that's in addition to all the bruises, scrapes and scratches all over their bodies. This is all from how they describe it to us. They will be getting proper medical attention soon to determine the extent of the injuries. But somehow, they all walked away from the accident.

"It's unbelievable that somehow (as far as we can tell) there were no serious injuries to anyone in the band. They must have an angel looking over them because from the sound of how bad this accident was, it could have fatal."

BLACK DIAMOND HEAVIES are finishing the tour as planned :

Jun 25 @ Rhythm Room - Phoenix, Arizona

Jun 26 @ Spaceland - LA, California

Jun 28 @ Bottom Of The Hill - SF, California

Jun 29 @ Towne Lounge - Portland, Oregon

Jun 30 @ Sunset Tavern - Seattle Washington

July 2 @ Burt's Tiki Lounge - Salt Lake City, Utah

July 3 @ Hi Dive - Denver, Colorado

July 5 @ Davey's Uptown - Kansas City, Missouri

July 7 @ Off Broadway - St Louis, MO w/Radio Moscow

July 28 @ Forecastle Festival at the Belveder - Louisville, Kentucky

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-- Ashley from plusonemusic.net

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