Singer Gary Numan’s tour bus involved in deadly accident in downtown Cleveland

Lawrence Kim
September 25, 2018

Gary Numan was supposed to play at the Cleveland House of Blues tonight, but the show was cancelled after his tour bus hit and killed an elderly man.

On Monday, the "Cars" singer was in OH when his bus took a right turn and struck down and killed the nonagenarian on a crossing. The venue cancelled the event following the crash.

New wave artist Gary Numan took to twitter Monday night following a tragic accident involving his tour bus in Downtown Cleveland. Out of respect, it would have been entirely wrong.

"At the moment all we can think about are the people affected by this awful tragedy and to them we send all our love". According to The Blast, a priest from a nearby church administered the last rites following the accident. The 45-year-old driver of the bus was not arrested, but police are investigating the incident, Rolling Stone reports.

The musician confirmed the bus involved in the accident was involved in his tour.

"We really regret the loss of life", the statement added.

The 60-year-old rocker also shared a message on his Instagram, where he said: "At the moment all we can think about are the peope affected by this awful tragedy and to them we send all our love". "In our 34 years of business, this has never happened".

No further information is available at this time.Gary Numan has been active in the rock scene since the '70s with his most popular track being "Cars".

Gary Numan was scheduled to perform tonight, September 24, at Cleveland's House Of Blues.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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