A man was killed in an accident involving a semi-trailer truck hauling Motley Crue's equipment. The accident happened Friday morning in Jefferson County, Ala.

According to WBRC, the band's 18-wheeler jackknifed around 4:15AM on Aug. 15 in the southbound lanes of I-65 and collided with a vehicle driven by 47-year-old Wayne Marsh, who died at the scene.

The driver of Motley Crue's truck was transported to a local hospital. WBRC reports that his condition is unknown at this time.

As Blabbermouth notes, this isn't the first time a truck hauling equipment for the Crue has been involved in an accident. In 2012, the group's show with Kiss near Detroit was postponed after a truck carrying pyrotechnics for its show flipped on an Ohio highway.

The recent accident reportedly didn't affect the band's concert at the Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in Birmingham that night.

The local news station's video report on Friday's accident can be seen here: