Four members of Danity Kane were injured in a limousine accident Thursday night en route to a performance in Toledo, Ohio.
According to an accident report filed with the Toledo Police Department, the group members — minus D. Woods, who caught a later flight to Toledo — had just wrapped up an appearance at the 92.5 KISS-FM radio studio. They were heading to their performance at Headliners when the left side of their black Lincoln Town Car was struck by another vehicle at an intersection.
"Three passengers complained of head pain," the report reads. "Additional limo arrived and transported the three to St. Vincent's [Mercy Medical Center]." A fourth member was also involved in the accident.
Two of the three people identified in the report — Shannon Bex and Aubrey O'Day (listed on the report as "Aubrey L'Day") — are members of Danity Kane. According to a St. Vincent's spokesperson, members of the group "were treated and released."
The group was forced to cancel that evening's appearance at Headliners as well as the show Friday night (October 13) at the Shotwell Pavilion in Rochester, Michigan.
Danity Kane were scheduled to make a pair of appearances — a signing in Paramus, New Jersey, and a performance in York, Pennsylvania — on Saturday. It is not known if those events will be canceled.
A spokesperson for Danity Kane's label, Atlantic Records, also confirmed to MTV News that the group was involved in an accident but had no further information. Just Wednesday, Danity Kane were announced as one of the opening acts on Christina Aguilera's North American tour, which is scheduled to begin in February (see "Christina Aguilera's Heading Back On Tour For 41 North American Dates").