Luke Bryan set out on his biggest tour ever this past Thursday, and it only took a few hours before things got a little sour. The opening night of the 'That's My Kinda Night Tour' in Columbus, Ohio rocked the entire crowd all night long, but after the crowd had left the arena, the cleanup didn't go so well.

Apparently, while cleaning up and getting ready to head to the next city, a forklift rammed into the stage and collapsed, injuring four of Bryan's team members. Luke spoke about the incident to reassure us that everyone is OK.

We had one guy that if he had not gotten out of the way it could have been a life or death situation.

Yikes! Here's a picture of the incident from Twitter:

“We had one guy that if he had not gotten out of the way, it could have been a life or death situation. It was scary,”Read More: Luke Bryan Shares Details of Stage Collapse | http://tasteofcountry.com/luke-bryan-stage-collapse/?trackback=tsmclip

“It was minor injuries that really, really could have been catastrophic.”

“We had one guy that if he had not gotten out of the way, it could have been a life or death situation. It was scary,” the singer admits, adding, “But everybody’s okay. No fans were in the building when any of this happened.”

 

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