Singer-songwriter HARDY was hospitalized after the tour bus he was traveling in flipped over early Sunday.
HARDY's tour bus went right off the road and overturned on its left side while traveling westbound on a portion of Interstate 40 near Nashville, Tennessee, at approximately 3:30 a.m. Sunday, according to a report from the Tennessee Highway Patrol. No charges were filed.
The 32-year-old Academy of Country Music Songwriter of the Year tweeted Sunday that he was released from the hospital after being treated for "significant injuries."
Four passengers were in the vehicle at the time of the accident, he also wrote, which occurred after the singer was returning from playing the Country Thunder festival in Bristol, Tennessee, alongside headliner Morgan Wallen, Lauren Alaina, Tracy Lawrence and Ian Munsick.
HARDY added that the bus driver is still hospitalized, but he is with his family while being treated.
There is no official word if HARDY will play his forthcoming scheduled tour dates on Oct. 8 at Texas's Globe Life Field, as support for Wallen's "Dangerous" tour, or his scheduled three-week run of dates set for December on his own "Wall To Wall" concerts. In his tweet, HARDY said he's been "ordered by doctors to recover for the next few weeks which may cost us at a couple of shows."
"My team and I will keep the fans updated on that as I rest in the coming days," he wrote. "Please keep our road family in your prayers ... (and) god bless our medics and local and state officials for their quick response and incredible service."
The Mississippi native recently released a new single, "JACK," as part of a run of new original songs.
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