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Aircraft Carrying Pink’s Manager & Crew Crash-Lands In Denmark

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Aug. 6 2019, Updated 3:17 p.m. ET

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A private jet carrying Pink’s crew and manager made a miraculous emergency landing in the early hours of August 6 in Denmark.

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The “Just Give Me A Reason” singer, 39, was not aboard the plane that reportedly crash-landed and burst into flames after her performance in Norway at approximately 12:30 AM.

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The Grammy award-winning artist’s manager along with other tour staff, were aboard the Cessna 560 XL aircraft. They were among the 10 passengers who escaped the blaze without injury.

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Emergency responders rushed to the plane after it ripped through the turf alongside the runway at Aarhus Airport in Tirstrup and put out the fire. Passengers were taken to a nearby hotel to spend the night.

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A truck eventually removed the scorched private airplane from the scene, and Danish police said the crash won’t affect any traffic flow at Aurhaus Airport.

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According to reports, Pink’s ticket manager for the Oslo concert, Kristin Svenden said that “Pink personally was not on the plane. But her manager was there - and several other tour members - but everything has gone well.”

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The “Get The Party Started” singer is scheduled to perform in Denmark on August 7, and organizers say that the show will go on.

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It is not yet known why the plane crash-landed and burst into flames.

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