Van And Trailer Accident

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Wednesday 18th March 2009

Everyday Sunday recovering after major road accident

AMERICAN pop rock band Everyday Sunday were involved in a serious van and trailer accident on 13th March in Valparaiso, Indiana. Said a band statement, "Yesterday a little before noon we were driving up to a show we had in Wisconsin. We were just outside Crown Point, Indiana and not quite sure what happened, but the Suburban and trailer pulled off the road to the left and when we tried to gain control and get it back on the road we pulled a little too far and jumped over the highway and into the ditch on the other side of the road. Once we hit the other side of the road we started rolling probably four or five times. Because we had left so early in the morning Kevin, Tyler and Trey were all sleeping in the back without seat belts so Tyler was ejected from the rear right window and flung a good 20 yards away from everything else. But in all this we have to thank God for taking care of us. No one has any major injuries - Tyler has some road rash on his back and other than that we all walked away with some scrapes and bruises. So once again thank you to everyone who prayed for us yesterday, we really do appreciate it. But also continue to pray for us and that we can find a new vehicle and trailer." CR

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Posted by Amy in Ohio @ 22:12 on Mar 27 2009

Thank God you guys are ok! He definately had his hand on you that day! Be sure to use this situation to reach others!

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