A truck carrying gear for Jason Aldean's band was involved in a roll-over crash outside of Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada, on Tuesday morning (Oct. 6).

According to Castanet.net, the driver of the tractor trailer lost control, and the vehicle went off the side of the road, struck a rock and flipped over. The official cause of the accident remains under investigation, according to Kamloops Rural RCMP. Fortunately, the truck's driver suffered only minor injuries.

The semi contained equipment for Aldean's band. The country star played a show in Kamloops on Monday night (Oct. 5) and was scheduled to play in Prince George, British Columbia, Canada, on Tuesday night (Oct. 6). That concert has been moved to Wednesday night (Oct. 7); all tickets for the original show will be honored, and those unable to attend are eligible for refunds through their original point of purchase.

Aldean is currently out on the road on his 2015 Burn It Down Tour, which is scheduled to wrap up on Oct. 24 in West Palm Beach, Fla. More information, including a complete list of upcoming shows, is available on his website.

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