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Former My Chemical Romance guitarist dodges injury in bus crash


Frank Iero, the former MCR guitarist, avoided injury in a crash that hospitalized two. 

The crash, in Sydney, Australia, caused a concert to be canceled. 

Police said two men suffered "serious leg injuries." One was air lifted to a local hospital.

The other man, police said, was taken by road to the hospital. The woman driving the van was uninjured as was the bus driver, who was taken to the hospital for mandatory testing.

According to police, a 29-year-old was treated at the scene for cuts and bruises. 

Police said early investigations suggest that the bus was stationary--all passengers had disembarked--when it moved and hit the stationary van that was being unloaded by Iero and his band. 

The original news report from the accident. 

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