No one was hurt in an accident during the Star’s road trip with Brendan McLaughlin recently, she says
Miranda Lambert is recovering from an auto accident.
The 37-year-old native star took to Instagram on Thursday, recounting a scary moment with her husband Brendan McLean.
The “Bluebird” singer shared a handful of photos of a silver camper soaking in a sunset, as well as a snap of herself inside the camper, dancing her dogs together and damaging the camper during a recent trip .
“Y’all we made it home to Nashville. It was planned a few days in advance,” Lambert Written in caption.
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She Greensboro, near Lakesooni, Ga. Staying in and choosing to stay for an extra night “because it was so beautiful.”
After an evening of making friends over dinner, the couple had an intense encounter on the street.
“Unfortunately on the way home through Atlanta, the hole in a small car with tem plates – was driving the wrong way and tried to squeeze in with us and [a] The semi truck is going 70 on the I-20 W, “Lambert recalled.” It hit the runway on the passenger side and sent us into the left lane. We did well enough, but climbed to the shoulder as soon as possible to assess the damage. ”
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The star assured his fans, “Nobody got hurt, but he said that” no one stopped and the car didn’t run. “
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“We are very grateful that nothing bad happened. Our vehicle and trailer were viewable, so we made a report and sat home,” she said. “I called Mama right away saying that I know her prayers are always heard because I know she prays for us every morning at 4:30. Especially when we are on the road.”
The singer praised her for keeping the trailer “too stable to be side swiped”.
Lambert said, “Thanks to @airstream_inc and @southland_rv, we are about to get repaired soon and go back to our waybonds ways.” “Anyway, overall it was a wonderful trip and we learned that we have a lot to see and we are very grateful for that.”