The PINK plane crash has shocked the world with a miracle today, as all ten crew members have escaped safely. The plane crash landed in Denmark after PINK’s performance in Oslo, Norway and burst into flames. PINK was not aboard the plane as it crashed at 12:38am last night, with her manager, Roger Davies, and crew on board.
The Cessna 560XL barreled into the turf next to the runway at Aarhus Airport in Tirstrup still on fire as it decended into its demise. Emergency services were quick to respond to the terrifying incident, which happened late Tuesday night. The fire crew bravely took out the flames, saving PINK’s crew on board the doomed aircraft. After they were assessed by emergency crew, they were safely escorted to a hotel to get some much needed rest.
Pink’s ticket manager for the most recent Oslo performance, Kristen Svendsen, commented, “Pink personally was not on the plane. But her manager was there – and several other tour members – but everything has gone well.”
It is still unknown what caused the plane to catch fire and crash. Danish air crash authorities will be making an investigation. The ruined aircraft was successfully towed off the jetway, keeping air traffic at Aarhus Airport on schedule.
PINK, a worldwide popstar, is currently on her ‘Beautiful Trauma’ tour, and is still scheduled to perform Wednesday night in Horsens, Denmark. Thanks to her crew being safe, her next performance is not expected to cancel.
Alecia Beth Moore, better known as PINK, has won three Grammy Awards and a Brit Award. Her album, ‘Can’t Take Me Home,’ was certified double platinum in the United States. She has sold over 90 million records worldwide, which makes her one of the top world-wide music artists.
The PINK plane crash may have shocked the world today, but we are grateful that no life was lost in the terrible flames that took over her crews aircraft lastnight.