The Ghost Inside were injured in a serious wreck on the outskirts of El Paso yesterday morning. Check out an updated status on the band's condition and how to donate to them and their driver who tragically lost his life.

Los Angeles metalcore rockers The Ghost Inside were involved in a terrible accident about 24 miles East of El Paso. The band’s tour bus was traveling on Highway 180 near the Border Patrol checkpoint when their tour bus somehow collided with a semi truck. The band’s tour bus driver and the driver of the semi were killed in the accident.

Fans have been asking how to donate to the band and the driver who was tragically killed.

Two men were airlifted to the hospital and the entire group stayed in hospitals overnight due to their injuries.  Drummer Andrew Tkaczyk underwent surgery last night. According to the bassist James Riley's personal Facebook page, all men are doing better,

Tim and I were at the hospital last night and spoke extensively with each of the guys nurses. They are all in very stable condition and their families are arriving today to be with them. They still very much need your love and support

A GoFundMe has been set up for the band where you can donate. In 24 hours, almost $70,000 dollars have been donated to their medical bills.

Bring Me The Horizon, who toured with The Ghost Inside back in 2008 and remain friends with the band donated $10,000, while other artists including Architects, This Wild Life, Atreyu and You, Me At Six's Joe Franceschi have all donated. Bring Me The Horizon also said all their march sales from their current tour will be going to The Ghost Inside.

Another GoFundMe has been set up separately for the driver of their tour bus, Greg Hoke who lost his life. Greg Hoke leaves behind a wife Nikki, and two daughters Everette and Hollace.

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