Rollover Crash In North Dakota Involves Several Associates Of Musician, ‘B.o.B.’
According to KVVR, there was a car crash Monday (September, 26th) that involved people close to the musical act, "B.o.B." All of the individuals involved are from Florida and Georgia. It's said they traveled along with the musical act and were in North Dakota for a show he had performed at earlier that night at the Alerus Center.
The crash happened in at 2am in Grand Forks, North Dakota, on Demers Avenue, according to the source. There were seven individuals in the car; it was reported that the car hit a median, which resulted in the car rolling.
For some of the passengers the injuries were pretty serious. Two people were ejected from the car; first responders performed CPR on the individuals before taking them to Altru Hospital. The other passengers were treated for minor injuries, according to the source.
The source says the driver was identified as 32-year-old Starsha Swift; she was charged with DUI, DUI refusal, and six counts of reckless endangerment. Swift was also driving under a suspended license; she was charged for that as well.
If you don't know, the artist B.o.B. is an American rapper/singer. He is well-known for his Top 40 hits, "Nothin on You," and "Airplanes" featuring Haley Williams from Paramore. He was also featured on Jessie J's song "Price tag."
He's also worked with Nicki Minaj, Taylor Swift and Lil Wayne. The artist hasn't released any statements on the incident.
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