Singer Murray Head victim of a road accident in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques

The photo of his damaged car, published by La République des Pyrénées, suggests the violence of the accident. Singer Murray Head, 76, was taken to hospital by firefighters in “relative emergency” after a road accident in Gan, near Pau, in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques.

According to La République des Pyrénées, Murray Head’s car hit a cement mixer that was coming in front, while he was returning home, in Saucède, where he has lived since 2005. The precise circumstances of the tragedy are still unknown.

Murray Head, 76, is from the UK. He notably made a name for himself in the 1970s with his title “Say It Ain’t So, Joe”. A few days ago, Murray Head reacted to the death of Queen Elizabeth II in our columns. “I have tears in my eyes for my country. Now is not the time to die. England is sinking. And she was the bulwark. There was, thanks to the queen, a sense of fair play, a vigilance which prevented us from sinking, ”he said to the Parisian.

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