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Miranda Cosgrove Postpones Tour After Bus Crash

Singer and 'iCarly' star suffered broken ankle in accident

August 11, 2011 2:05 PM ET
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Miranda Cosgrove performing last night in Kettering, Ohio.
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Pop singer and iCarly star Miranda Cosgrove has been forced to postpone the remainder of her concert tour after suffering a broken ankle in a bus crash this morning. According to Cosgrove's representative, the 18-year-old singer's tour bus was in an accident on I-70 just outside of Vandalia, Illinois. The singer was one of five passengers on the vehicle, and none were seriously injured in the crash.

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Cosgrove's bus was en route to Wichita, Kansas following a performance in Kettering, Ohio last night. Specific details regarding the status of the singer's full tour itinerary have not been revealed, such as whether or not this injury will affect the rest of the tour or only a handful of dates in the near future.

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