Wynonna, her daughter and the tour manager left the hospital around midnight but would not reveal details about injuries that were 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. But for right now you’re the only one who knows, which I don’t mind. I’m just telling stories that one day you’re on top of the world and the next day you’re in the emergency room with a CAT scan and you think, ‘Gosh, life is pretty precious and it’s pretty fragile sometimes and it’s a miracle that I survived this crash.’
“I’m not in grave danger or anything. It was pretty dramatic but I made it through. I’m really sore today but I’m really grateful to be alive and tonight’s show will be spectacular because I’ll be in a mood somewhere between being absolutely overjoyed that I’m OK and my daughter’s OK to just kicking the enemy’s butt and saying ‘Yep, you didn’t win today, buddy.’”
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