Friday, August 19, 2011

Nickelodeon Star Miranda Cosgrove Cancels Dancing Crazy Tour

"iCarly" icon Miranda Cosgrove has met bad luck in her Illinois tour, which ruined the rest of her Dancing Crazy summer concert.

The Nickelodeon star had to cancel her Henderson concert on September 16 to give way to her therapy after sustaining broken ankle in a tour bus accident on August 11 in Illinois, reports said.
According to reports, Cosgrove has to cancel also the rest of Dancing Crazy Summer Tour series. The Cultural Arts and Tourism officials affirmed fans that they will refund the tickets after one or two weeks. The organizers assured that the money will be credited to respective accounts or be received as check through mail.  The singer-actress was traveling along Interstate 70 for her Illinois concert when the tour driver crashed their bus into a truck. The tractor trailer tripped on its side while the bus sustained damage to the front. She suffered broken ankle while four other passengers sustained minor injuries.

Cosgrove's representative thanked the fans who expressed their support for the young artist.

The accident was not just a bad omen, but a real disaster for the budding performer. The Hollywood celeb could have completed her concert summer series had the crash did not occur.
The tour bus driver might have lost control on the wheels and collided with the oncoming truck. The impact could have been tremendous as the bus’ front was crushed while the truck slipped sideways.

Assessing how the vehicles sustained damage, Cosgrove may still express some thankfulness that her injuries were not serious. Staying alive is enough for her to hope on better months and a brighter career.

On the other hand, legal measures can be asserted to apply penalties to negligent driver/s. In this way, the causes of events may be clarified and reckless driving conduct will be corrected.  

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