Pink's manager and crew are lucky to be alive after their private jet went up in flames and made a crash landing in Denmark on Monday night, RadarOnline.com has learned.
According to local reports, a private plane carrying the pop singer's crew caught fire on Monday, August 5 after leaving Pink's concert in Oslo, Norway. Shocking photos obtained by Radar show the plane's crash-landing as it went up in flames.
Pink, 39, was not on the aircraft. Luckily, the ten members aboard the aircraft escaped without injuries. Passengers reportedly included four Americans, two Australians, one person from Austria and two others from Germany.
Fire fighters immediately responded to the scary scene as passengers were taken to a nearby hotel.
It's been a year of highs and lows for the "What About Us" singer. In February, Radar uncovered an old interview in which the singer revealed that she once slashed her husband's tires to stop him from drunk driving.
"So the bottom line is, I was trying to save his life," Pink told Ellen DeGeneres in the uncovered interview.
The dangerous incident left Pink having to get 13 stitches! Additionally, in April, Pink opened up about suffering a miscarriage at the age of 17. In an interview with USA Today, Pink explained her song "Happy" was written about the heartbreaking memory.
"I’ve always had this very tomboy, very strong gymnast body, but actually at 17 I had a miscarriage,” Pink, 39, told the outlet. “And I was going to have that child.”
As of Tuesday, Aug. 6, Pink has yet to speak out about the plane crash. Scroll through RadarOnline.com's gallery below to see terrifying photos of the crash.
Up In Flames
Pink's manager and crew members were aboard the plane, shown here, that made a crash-landing in Denmark on August 5.
Emergency crews responded to the scene after it was shown landing into the turf. The ten passengers aboard the plane all escaped safely without injuries.
The singer is scheduled to continue her Beautiful Trauma world tour in Denmark on Wednesday, August 7. As of Tuesday morning, the singer had yet to announce whether or not the show would be canceled. Her manager and crew members were reportedly taken to a nearby hotel after the crash.
Shown here, an emergency helicopter was on the scene to respond to the crash shortly after it touched ground.
Just hours before the crash, Pink posted an Instagram photo of herself on stage. "OSLO, NORWAY tonight!!!!" she captioned the photo.