The 37-year-old was along with her husband, Brendan McLoughlin, pulling an Airstream.
ATLANTA — Nation music star Miranda Lambert had fairly the scare whereas touring again to her hometown in Nashville final week via Atlanta.
She mentioned on social media that as she and her husband had been heading west alongside Interstate 20, the automobile and trailer they had been pulling had been apparently sideswiped.
“Sadly on the best way house going via ATL, an [explicit] in a small automobile w/ temp plates was driving erratically & tried to squeeze between us & a semi truck going 70 on I-20W. It hit the airstream & despatched us into the left lane,” she mentioned in a collection of tweets.
The 37-year-old was along with her husband, Brendan McLoughlin, pulling an Airstream. In accordance with her social media accounts, the 2 had been visiting Asheville, North Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina, and Lake Oconee in Greensboro, Georgia.
She mentioned that “no person was damage thank the nice Lord” and that they’re “so grateful that nothing worse occurred.”
Lambert mentioned the automobile and the trailer had been drivable in order that they filed a police report and went house.
11Alive has reached out to a number of jurisdictions to get a replica of the police report.
Lambert thanked her mom and mentioned: “I known as mama immediately to say that I do know her prayers are at all times heard trigger I do know she prays for us each morning about 4:30 am. Particularly after we are on the highway.”
McLoughlin mentioned the journey left him speechless.
“Connect the airstream to the hitch, get within the automobile and go,” he wrote on Instagram Wednesday. “Touring, irrespective of the place it’s, has at all times been a love of mine. Strolling the streets of a spot you’ve by no means been, studying the historical past, it’s completely fascinating. Anybody who is aware of me although, is aware of my absolute love for meals.”
Lambert mentioned the journey was “stunning.”
“Anyway, total it was an incredible journey and we realized we’ve got rather a lot to see and rather a lot to be thankful for.”