Chicago Man Dies in Crash With Justin Moore's Bus

"You never know man," Justin tweets. "You have to be prepared to meet God today, cause it may be your last."

A Chicago man died Saturday morning (May 12) following a tragic series of events after his car collided with Justin Moore's tour bus, according to several published reports. Justin was not on the bus at the time, and none of his band or crew were injured.

The man, Joseph Taylor, 48, was in his car when he collided with the tour bus on an overpass of Interstate 57 in Matoon, Ill.

Joseph got out of his car, and then was hit by another vehicle, authorities said. The force was enough to throw the victim onto another highway below. Taylor was pronounced dead at the scene, authorities said.

"Thankful my band and crew guys are all good," Justin tweeted. "They got hit by a car this morning in their bus. Prayers go out to the guy who lost his life.

"And his family. You never know man. You have to be prepared to meet God today, cause it may be your last."

 

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