Frank Carter, who is an English punk rock singer, was involved in a severe car accident on September 19, 2019, in Devon, England. He was in the motor vehicle with his friend, Pete. Both occupants were immediately rushed to the emergency room. He sustained minor injuries to his kneecap and ribs. In addition, he had cuts and scrapes across his body. The singer has been complaining of headaches that he claims will not go away. His friend Pete sustained more severe injuries. He suffers from a fractured pelvis, ruptured spleen, multiple broken ribs and severe cuts and bruises all over his body. At the moment, it is unclear how the accident happened. The singer was scheduled to set off his “Monster Energy Outbreak Tour” in New York City on September 23, 2019. However, due to this car accident, most of his United States tour dates have been postponed. Mr. Carter released a statement saying that he is happy to be alive and that he will release new tour dates as soon as his body recovers from the car accident.
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