Road Manager Everald Wright, who was also a passenger, recounted the ordeal to Loop News on Monday.
“Well we were coming from a show and the driver ended up falling asleep behind the wheel along the Mandela Highway,” he said.
Wright explained that the accident took place around 6:35 am, as the group was heading east towards Kingston.
Loop reports, the car reportedly drove towards the grassy area between the four-lane thoroughfare, slammed head-on into a wooden light post, breaking the structure in two, and then destroyed a road sign before coming to a screeching halt.
All passengers including the driver escaped unharmed, despite a few cuts and bruises, but the vehicle was totalled.
“I was sleeping at the time, we didn’t [even] know what was going on. Wi just feel di car a jerk and then it came to a sudden stop,” Wright told Loop News.
The accident caused a pile-up of traffic as Kalado and the other passengers counted their blessings while looking at the mangled vehicle.
Kalado himself took to his personal instagram to let fans and well-wishers know that, despite minor pains and cramps he’s still alive and appreciative