country music artist Lee Brice narrowly escapes a bus fire in Arizona. Apparently what happen is a tour bus which had been carrying the singer, had indeed caught fire just outside a restaurant in the Phoenix suburb of Mesa, which had forced the musician and his crew to get out of there.
KNXV-TV, does give the report that the group had been on the road for at least nine hours, when the bus caught fire on Saturday. The “Love Like Crazy” singer was heading for a concert.
The Mesa firefighters Shaun Debman went on to say that the crew did work fast to keep the fire to a minimum to the trailer which was behind the bus. He did comment saying that flames were,
“about as high as the roof of the building.”
Brice did say that he and a few other people were sleeping at the time. He says they left the,
“and within of minutes it was in flames.”
He says he’s thankful no one was hurt.
Also he is signed to Signed to Curb Records’ Asylum-Curb division since 2007, and his song “Love Like Crazy,” holds the record for the longest chart run achieved in the history of that chart. Brice has also co-written singles for Garth Brooks, Tim McGraw and Adam Gregory