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The members of the band Crazy Town and are lucky to be alive after their tour van crashed head on with a moose, which is completely wrecked, the front end of the vehicle.
The Band’s frontman Seth Binzer, guitarist Elias Tannous, and drummer Roland Banks, was on a trip in the van and go down to Route 17, in the province of Ontario, Canada, just after midnight on Thursday when their van collided with a female moose on the road, according to TMZ.
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The gossip site shared the video in which the musicians took a plane, after the crash, with the utter destruction of the rest of the food in the body and damage to their van. The front windshield was completely smashed in and the front end of the car was a mangled mess of metal. The driver’s and the passenger’s seat in the car and the damage to them as well, but it seems that the rest of the food was missing them in the other direction. The men appear to be slightly dazed in the video clearly takes place moments after the impact. Fortunately, the band has escaped serious injuries and were treated by ambulance staff on the spot, just cuts and bruises.
Binzer, shared photos of the aftermath on Instagram.
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Unfortunately, the media is reporting that the moose died on impact. This is the time of year when the animals are in heat, have the advantage of auto accidents in which they are surprisingly often in Canada, according to the outlet. In spite of what the destruction looks, the beating of a female moose is better than a man, as they are known to be much larger, and could have resulted in a heavier battery.
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Crazy Town is perhaps best known for his 2000 hit single “Butterfly.” They are currently on tour in Canada, and the band’s Instagram post, noting that they are planning to go ahead with the tour without missing a single stop.