"The show will go on."
Australian roots group The Beautiful Girls have been involved in a "high-speed highway truck crash".
Currently on the road celebrating the band's first 20 years, the crash happened on the highway outside Frankston, Victoria yesterday afternoon.
"We just got rear-ended by a truck that was rear-ended by this truck," the band wrote on Facebook.
"We were 10km outside Frankston and the highway got shutdown for 90 minutes while the paramedics and firefighters attended to the truck drivers and checked our bodies. Our van was totalled and so was the trailer."
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No one in the band was injured although both truck drivers were reportedly taken away in ambulances.
"We are all ok and somehow our gear is kinda ok (I think)," the post continued.
"Providing it all works when we plug it in, the show will go on."
The band shared an update earlier today.
"A high-speed highway truck crash can’t stop us. We’ll be at the Torquay Hotel tonight. Playing music as if we’ll never die."
The band will be on the road through to the end of summer, all across the country.
Scroll down to theGuide for all the tour details.