Following the tragic news that three men who were working on Luke Bryan's Kill the Lights Tour were involved in a serious car accident on Sunday morning (April 10), the country singer took to social media to share his thoughts.

"We are so saddened to hear about the accident of the local crew guys after our Syracuse show. Our thoughts and well wishes for a speedy recovery go out to them and their families," Bryan writes on Facebook.

News of the tragedy sparked a response from country fans far and wide, who also sent their prayers out to the men and their families:

The accident occurred following a tour stop in Syracuse, N.Y., where the men worked the show as a part of Bryan’s light rigging crew the previous night. They were making their way back home to West Virginia when their minivan swerved off the road and eventually hit a tree. There has been no official word on the injuries sustained on the accident, or the current condition of the men.

Bryan has experienced crew members in accident prior to this weekend's tragedy. In 2014, part of his team was injured in Columbus, Ohio, when a stage collapsed following one of his shows. That caused Bryan to delay a subsequent show.

The Kill the Lights Tour is still scheduled to play in Toledo, Ohio this Thursday (April 14).

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