UPDATE: Members of Shania Twain's production crew were taken to hospital after a bus rolled and a truck jackknifed on the Trans-Canada highway in southeastern Saskatchewan Wednesday morning due to icy road conditions.
Twain was not on the bus.
The crash happened Wednesday morning shortly after 7 a.m. on Highway 1, east of Wolseley, which is 95 kilometres east of Regina.
All 13 people on the bus were taken to Indian Head Union Hospital. Two people were transferred to a hospital in Regina and the others were discharged.
According to the SaskTel Centre, Twain's show tonight in Saskatoon is going ahead as planned.
Highway 1 was closed east of Wolseley to the Manitoba border yesterday but has since reopened.
The Highway Hotline says as of last night road conditions in southern Saskatchewan are seasonal.
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There has been confirmation that the charter bus involved in an accident near Wolseley was a crew bus for Shania Twain.
According to the RCMP, just after 7 a.m. on Wednesday morning, the Indian Head RCMP received a report of a rolled coach bus on Highway 1 east of Wolseley.
Police say 13 people were sent to hospital as a result of the accident with what are being described as non-life-threatening injuries. Indian Head RCMP is continuing to investigate.
Highway 1 from Wolseley to the Manitoba border was closed for the majority of the morning due to poor road conditions but has since re-opened.
Twain’s Queen Of Me Tour is scheduled to make a stop at the SaskTel Centre in Saskatoon on Thursday night. There is no word whether the concert will be cancelled or postponed.