A plane carrying Pink's crew and manager reportedly crashed upon landing in Denmark on Monday night (August 5).
According to CBS News and local media reports, the pop star was not aboard the aircraft that supposedly "burst into flames" after touching down in the country from Oslo, Norway. Thankfully, there were no casualties and no one was harmed in the incident.
"P!nk was not personally on board, but her manager and several other members [on] the tour were, but it all turned out OK," a local Norwegian newspaper was reportedly told by the 39-year-old musician's promoter in Norway. Additionally, the East Jutland police indicated 10 passengers were on the private jet, including four Americans, two Australians, and one British citizen.
The plane, a German-registered Cessna 560XL, stopped in Denmark on its way to the "Walk Me Home" star's next concert destination in Horsens, where Pink was expected to perform live at Stadium Casa Arena on Wednesday (August 7) as part of her "Beautiful Trauma World Tour."
According to an additional report from Fox News, police were unable comment on the "circumstances or possible causes" pending an investigation. As of yet, Pink has not publicly addressed the crash landing.
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