Wynonna, Daughter in Auto Accident

Wynonna Judd, her daughter and tour manager are doing well after a head-on collision in Utah on Wednesday (July 21).

According to the Tahoe Daily Tribune, they were heading to a sushi restaurant the day after a Salt Lake City concert when the accident occurred. “It's a miracle that I'm alive," she told the Lake Tahoe Action.

“I was in a major head-on collision yesterday and they didn't want to let me out of the hospital, and I said ‘Listen, I've got to go do a show.' And the guys were like, ‘If anybody can Wynonna, it's you. You've shown us that you have quite the spunk.' I said, ‘Listen, I've spent 10 years on a bus with my mother. If I can do that I can do anything,'” she told the paper.

Wynonna, her daughter and the tour manager left the hospital around midnight. She would not give details about injuries they sustained. “I can't go into that,” she said. “What I can tell you it was pretty dramatic but I'm OK. . . . I know everybody wants to know details. I'm sure I'll talk about it on a talk show somewhere down the road.

"I'm not in grave danger or anything," she added. "It was pretty dramatic but I made it through."

She is scheduled to perform in Aberdeen, Wash., tonight (July 23).

At press time there was no mention of the accident on Wynonna’s website.

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