Bret Michaels, the lead vocalist of band Poison, has been involved in a highway accident in Canada over the weekend. The accident, which marked Bret's second encounter with danger in less than a month, has been confirmed and detailed through a short message posted on his official website.
"BRET MICHAELS TOUR BUS INVOLVED IN MULTI-VEHICLE ACCIDENT IN TORONTO," read the title of the post which was dated Monday, July 6. "As Bret Michaels traveled to St. Paul, MN following Poison's July 4th performance at Molson Amphitheater in Toronto, Ontario his bus was involved in a multi-vehicle accident on the Canadian side of the border," the message read further.
The collision took place after a car lost control and slid into the side of the performer's bus. The collision caused a five car pile-up on the highway and there was damage to all vehicles involved. However, no injuries were reported, and Bret and his crew were "released from the scene" after an investigation.
Last month, Bret Michaels broke his nose and busted his lip during the opening number of the 63rd Annual Tony Awards. He was knocked to the ground after being hit by a piece of scenery as it descended from the ceiling. Railing against the show's producers, the rocker however decided not to press charges. "There's no lawsuit," he said at the time. "I'm taking the high road."