Shocking news out of Jackson County, WV this morning, as the tour bus carrying Gregg Allman and his crew crashed into the hillside en route to Allman’s performance at the Clay Center in Charleston, WV last night. According to a breaking news report from local news affiliate WOWK, three members of Allman’s crew were injured in the crash.

The report indicates that the three people injured were immediately rushed to the hospital, where they are in stable condition. The people include a monitor engineer, production manager and an audio technician from the crew, named Earl McCoy, Timothy Wright and Michael Gallun. Allman was not injured in the crash.

There are apparently two buses for Allman’s tour, including one for the band and one for the crew, and it was the latter that was involved in the crash. As of now, no word about the status of Allman’s upcoming show has been reported. For more details, you can read the report here.

Update: According to the latest report, the driver was starting to choke while driving, causing him to drift into the northbound lane (heading south on I-77) and ultimately crash.

Update #2: The Gregg Allman concert scheduled for tonight at the Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences will be going on as planned. “The bus was Gregg Allman’s crew tour bus. Three people were taken to the hospital with minor injuries and released shortly thereafter. Tonight’s show is going on as scheduled.”