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Big Bang's G-Dragon Involved In A Minor Car Accident

By Gracia | August 04, 2014 07:08 AM EDT

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Big Bang's G-Dragon was involved in a minor car accident on August 2nd, but all parties are safe and no injuries manifested as a result.

According to a report by SBS News, Big Bang member G-Dragon was involved in the accident while riding in a van around 6PM Korean Time on August 2.  The vehicle was reportedly involved in a sudden chain collision on its way to an event in Busan.

Authorities immediately responded to the scene of the accident and reported that seven cars were involved in the chain collision.  G-Dragon and several staff members from YG Entertainment were in the sixth car.

Because no harm was done and no one from YG suffered any injuries, G-Dragon and the staff members were transferred to another car to make it to their event and the Big Bang leader performed without hesitation.

In a statement to Newsen, YG Entertainment said, "G-Dragon got into a car accident on the central inland highway on August 2 around 6:30 PM (KST). It was a chain collision of seven vehicles."  The representative also continued, "At the time of the accident, the van was carrying G-Dragon, his manager, and other company employees. G-Dragon was not injured, so he transferred to another vehicle after the accident and arrived at Busan. He completed the scheduled performance in Busan and safely returned to Seoul."

Tagged :  G-Dragon, Taeyang, BigBang, minor car accident, YG Entertainment, newsen, SBS News

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