Indie Rock Band Injured in Indiana Highway Crash

Five of the six band members were transported to a local hospital with head injuries, except for one who was taken to a trauma center.

By Andrew Greiner
|  Friday, Sep 25, 2009  |  Updated 7:45 AM CDT
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Indie Rock Band Injured in Indiana Highway Crash

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The Scotland Yard Gospel Choir.

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Chicago Indie Rockers "Scotland Yard Gospel Choir" are recovering this morning from a roll over accident on an Indiana highway that sent all six members to the hospital.

The band was on its way to a show in Cincinnati to promote their just released album "... and the horse that you rode in on," when a tire on their 1999 Chevrolet van blew out and the vehicle rolled over multiple times in the grassy median, according to Indiana cops the Chicago Tribune reports.

Five of the six band members were transported to a local hospital with head injuries, except for one who was taken to a trauma center.

Mark Yoshizumi, was airlifted to Advocate Christ Hospital Medical Center in Oak Lawn with leg and internal injuries as well as major head trauma, an Indiana police official said.
 

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