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12th February 2017

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The Dillinger Escape Plan have been invovled in a major accident after a lorry crashed into their tour bus.

Thirteen people have been injured after the incident that occurred as the band were travelling to a concert in Krakow, Poland.

Aneta Wlazlowska, a spokeswoman for Radomsko police, told that the band members were not seriously hurt but were taken to hospital for further tests.

There were no fatalities after the crash and Wlazlowska said the most injured person in the crash was the driver of the lorry that hit the band's tour bus, which was parked partly on the road and hard shoulder.

The New Jersey band were due to play in Krakow on Sunday, tonight, but the gig has now been cancelled.

The band are next scheduled to play in Leipzig, Germany, on Tuesday.

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Metal Injection spoke to vocalist Ben Weinman about the incident and the extent of their injuries:

"Everyone is alive, a few injuries, but it could be much worse. He explained that the bus was hit from the back, with the truck smashing through their gear before continuing to plow into the bus itself. The impact was serious and banged them up pretty good. The whole situation sounds horrific."

The remaining tour dates are as follows but obviously these are not now guaranteed to go ahead.

February 14th: Leipzig Conne Island, Germany
February 15th: Prague Rock Cafe, Czech Republic
February 16th: Vienna Szene, Austria
February 17th: Budapest A38, Hungary
February 18th: Zagreb Culture Factory, Croatia
February 20th: Munich Backstage Halle, Germany
February 21st: Lausanne Les Docks, Switzerland
February 22nd: Turin Hiroshima Mon Amour, Italy
February 23rd: Bologna Zona Roveri, Italy
February 24th: Lyon L’Epicerie Moderne, France
February 25th: Barcelona Apolo, Spain
February 26th: Madrid Barcelo, Spain
February 28th: Toulouse Le Bikini, France
March 1st: Paris Le Trabendo, France
March 2nd: Strasbourg La Laiterie, France
March 3rd: Wiesbaden Schlachthof, France
March 4th: Cologne Gloria, Germany
March 5th: Brussels AB Ballroom, Belgium

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