Crazy Town's Tour Van Destroyed by Moose Encounter in Ontario

Crazy Town's Tour Van Destroyed by Moose Encounter in Ontario
Early aughts rap rockers Crazy Town got into an auto collision with a moose last night in rural Ontario.

On Halloween night, Crazy Town members Seth Binzer, Elias Tannous and Roland Banks were on Route 17 — a section of the Trans-Canada Highway that runs from Sudbury to North Bay — on their way to Guelph, ON, while on tour, when they struck a moose with their rental van.

Though the moose was instantly killed, all members of the band walked away from the crash with minimal injuries. In a video posted to Facebook, Crazy Town show their destroyed tour van, as well as their own bloodied faces, still in shock from the accident. Watch that below — but beware, the video is graphic in nature.

Despite this major setback, the band plan to continue their extensive tour, which has included a number of stops in Canada. See those tour dates here.

Crazy Town are best known for their sexually suggestive 2000 hit song "Butterfly."