At her Hollywood Walk of Fame star ceremony, Pink pays tribute to her family and the power of believing in yourself. (Feb. 6)
A private plane carrying the management team for singer Pink crash-landed in Denmark late Monday night.
All 10 people aboard were safely evacuated at Aarhus Airport in Tirstrup, but the resulting fire appears to have burned out much of the hull of the German-registered Cessna, which had traveled from the tour’s previous stop in Oslo, Norway.
“Pink was not personally on board, but her manager and several other members (on) the tour were, but it all turned out OK,” Kristin Svendsen, a European tour promoter for Live Nation, told the Norwegian tabloid VG.
The Copenhagen Post reported Pink’s manager, Roger Davies, was among the two Australians on board. The Associated Press reported that four Americans and a British citizen were also on the plane, along with three crew members (one German pilot, one Austrian pilot and a German flight attendant).
Pink’s representatives have not responded to USA TODAY’s request for comment, nor has the singer commented on social media about the incident.
USA TODAY has also reached out to the tour promoter, Live Nation, about the status of Wednesday’s Denmark show, which still appears to be on, according to Pink’s website,
Police in East Jutland, Denmark, confirmed the crash-landing to the Associated Press but did not specifically mention Pink and said they could not comment on the circumstances or possible causes pending an investigation by Denmark’s Accident Investigation Board.
The crash landing came on the heels of another close call involving DJ and producer Diplo, who revealed his private plane was forced to land after it sustained a cracked windshield.
Contributing: Associated Press
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