WILKINSONS RECOVERING AFTER CAR CRASH

Two members of Canadian family group The Wilkinsons are recovering after being injured in an Aug. 5 car crash.

Amanda Wilkinson and father Steve have been resting at home in Centre Hastings, Ontario, after the accident, which occurred after Steve swerved to avoid an oncoming car attempting to pass on Highway 7 near Sharbot Lake, also in Ontario. “We're OK,” Steve assured area newspaper the Belleville Intelligencer. “Some pulled muscles and things like that, but we all walked away from it, which is a fortunate thing.” No concert dates have been canceled. Remaining band member, Steve’s son Tyler, was traveling in a separate car. The Wilkinsons are best known in America for their 1998 Top 5 hit “26 Cents.”

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