Country singer Granger Smith fell off stage on Saturday night in Sayreville, New Jersey, sustaining broken ribs and a punctured and partially collapsed lung.
According to the singer’s Twitter, he crashed into a metal barricade but managed to get up and finish his set ending in “Backroad Song.” He was then transferred to the emergency room where he was admitted to a Level 1 trauma center in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
All shows and appearances through the weekend have been canceled while Smith recovers in the hospital.
I took a pretty hard spill last night in Jersey. Thx for the well wishes! Y'all mean the world to me. I'll be out of the hospital & 💯% soon! pic.twitter.com/ncVVS6irIj
— Granger Smith (@GrangerSmith) December 3, 2016
“I took a pretty hard spill last night in Jersey,” Smith tweeted on Saturday. “Thx for the well wishes! Y’all mean the world to me.”
The 27-year-old is known for songs like “When the Boot Fits” and “Merica.” He also goes by his alter ego, Earl Dibbles Jr.
Watch the video of his fall below.