Southern Gospel music group Triumphant Quartet is requesting fans to pray for them as their tour bus and trailer caught fire on Mother's Day, May 9th at 4:14 am. The incident happened on I-39 just outside of Rockford, IL as they were heading towards Wisconsin.
"Everyone was asleep except for our driver, Jamie Bramlett, who acted quickly and made sure everyone made it off the bus safely and we are very grateful," the quartet shares on social media.
Fortunately, when the local neighbors knew about the fire, they all came out to help. "A big "thank you" to all the local first responders who rushed to the scene and helped us. In The meantime we are securing vehicles so we can make our concert tonight in Wisconsin Dells, WI."
For those who have prayed for the band, they are grateful. "We can't thank all you of enough for your concern and prayers! They've have been felt. We were able to make our concert in Dells, WI and we're greatly blessed In many ways by those in attendance as well as the men of Legacy five and greater vision. We made it safely home to our families. God is Great!"
Earlier this year, Triumphant Quartet just released Bigger Than Sunday. Bigger Than Sunday also includes remakes of the popular worship songs "Goodness of God" and "Waymaker," as well as a medley of their fan-favorites: "When The Trumpet Sounds," "Somebody Died For Me," "Chain Breaker," "Amazing God" and "Saved By Grace."