P!nk‘s tour manager and crew made it out unscathed after their private jet crash landed and burst into flames following her performance in Norway.
Ten passengers were onboard when the plane crashed heading into the Aarhus Airport in Tirstrup, Denmark on Monday night and caught fire.
There were no casualties and P!nk was not onboard.
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They were reportedly heading to the singer’s next stop for her “Beautiful Trauma” tour in the Danish city of Horsens.
Pictures show the jet being carried off the runway following the scary incident.
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“P!nk was not personally on board, but her manager and several other members [on] the tour were, but it all turned out OK,” the singer’s promoter in Norway, Kristin Svendsen, reportedly told the Norwegian newspaper VG.
According to East Jutland police, among the ten passengers on the plane were four Americans, two Australians and one British citizen.
P!nk began her world tour in the UK earlier this summer and has been traveling all over Europe since June.
At the time of this post, she has yet to say anything about the crash.
P!nk has been very vocal about sharing her thoughts on the shootings in El Paso and Ohio over the weekend that claimed the lives of at least 31 people.
I believe there is nothing “better” than being a human being.Each country has their beauty,+their struggles. We should all be thinking humans first. And I also believe art is meant to cause dialogue, which the posting of this poem just did. Dissent is the cornerstone of democracy https://t.co/WR7RzibTd9
— P!nk (@Pink) August 5, 2019
“I believe there is nothing ‘better’ than being a human being. Each country has their beauty,+their struggles,” she wrote on Monday. “We should all be thinking humans first.”
P!nk continued, “And I also believe art is meant to cause dialogue, which the posting of this poem just did. Dissent is the cornerstone of democracy.”