Gregg Allman's tour bus crashes in West Virginia 12 / 22 Entertainment Weekly Breanne L. Heldman4 hrs ago © Bryan Steffy/WireImage Gregg Allman's tour may be on shaky ground, as a tour bus carrying 10 members of his crew crashed early Wednesday morning in Jackson County, West Virginia. The musician, who rose to fame as a member of the Allman Brothers, was not injured, though three members of his team were treated and released from a hospital in Charleston, Allman's rep confirmed to EW. Officials told local news stations that the tour bus was going south towards Charleston when it veered off the road and hit a few trees, which kept the vehicle from plunging into a nearby creek. Source says the 3 people injured are Earl McCoy, Timothy Wright & Michael Gallun. All in stable at CAMC General pic.twitter.com/TMY7hTUEM4 -- Chelsea Spears (@chelseaWOWKTV) April 6, 2016 The causes of the accident are still unknown. Allman's performance at Charleston's Clay Center at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday will go on as planned.