ADRENALINE MOB Involved In Fatal Car Crash

ADRENALINE MOB Involved In Fatal Car Crash

ADRENALINE MOB Involved In Fatal Car Crash

The other three members of the band - singer Russell Allen, drummer Jordan Cannata and guitarist Mike Orlando - are listed as being in serious condition, and a woman named Janet Revis is in critical conditon at UF Health Shands Hospital and North Florida Regional Medical Center.

He continues: "I want to personally thank Marine Lance Cpl".

Friends and former bandmates of Zablidowsky, known as David Z, confirmed on Twitter that he was the one who was killed. Patrick Dumon for his bravery in assisting me pull our driver Jason from the wreckage and for attending to his wounds - and for helping me to secure and attend to Jane once I was able to get her free from the fire. I'm trying to process and deal with this, physically and mentally.so I'm sorry for being vague. We've literally experienced hell on earth ... I'm absolutely broken, both physical and mental. Without his selfless act of courage I would not have been able to get them clear of the RV before it was engulfed in flames. "This talented, humble, sweet soul left us today way too soon". I love you Dave, I will miss you more then words can say.

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"This show has been canceled due to the tragic accident the band was in on I-75", the event details on Facebook stated. To the rest of my band mates and crew, I love you all. Please keep the band and all those affected by this tragedy in your thoughts and prayers.

"To all of our family of touring musicians across the globe, PLEASE BE CAREFUL when on the road".

Adrenaline Mob was formed in 2011, and performed with Trans-Siberian Orchestra and rock band ZO2. None of us saw this coming and no one ever expects these kinds of things to happen, but unfortunately they can.

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