Singer Amy Grant shares update on bike accident injuries after horror crash sent wife of Vince Gill to hospital | The Sun

SINGER Amy Grant has shared a heartbreaking update after a horror bike accident sent her to the hospital.

The contemporary Christian artist, 61, had a bad fall while cycling in Nashville Wednesday afternoon.

"Thank you all those offering prayers and well wishes for Amy after her bike crash yesterday," her team wrote on Instagram.

"She is in the hospital receiving treatment but in stable condition.

"She is expected to go home later this week where she will continue to heal."

The crash occurred around 3pm near the Harpeth Hills Golf Course on the south side of Nashville, Grant's publicist told WKRN.

read more sun stories

Horror death of newborn found ‘starved in home covered in feces and urine’

Flood survivor reveals desperate screams for help in rising water as 8 die

The singer was with a friend when she fell. She was wearing a helmet.

The wife of Vince Gill was taken by ambulance to Vanderbilt Medical Center where she is still reportedly being treated for cuts and abrasions.

She is in stable condition.

"Your kind thoughts and heartfelt prayers are felt and received," Grant's team wrote.

Most read in US News


Mom found dead floating in trash can after 'someone put a hit on her'


Four children found dead after 15-year-old fatally shoots siblings and himself


Meet the ‘world’s worst influencer’ behind scam dubbed ‘Instagram’s Fyre Fest’


Shark mauls swimmer & punctures artery as gruesome details of bloody scene emerges

"Amy was wearing her helmet and we would remind you to all do the same!"

Amy Lee Grant is a singer and songwriter known for her Christian and pop music.

She has been married to her husband Vince Gill for over 20 years.

Read More on The US Sun

Mystery as boy found dead in washing machine hours after being reported missing

The View’s Joy YELLS at crew member to ‘hurry up’ during off-air Q&A with audience

He is an American country music singer, songwriter, and musician known for being the frontman of the band, Pure Prairie League in the 70s.

Gill has canceled upcoming performances through July 30 in the wake of Amy's tragic accident, Country Now reported.

    Source: Read Full Article