Gary Numan, best known for his 1980 electro-pop Top 10 classic "Cars," canceled his Monday night (September 29th) concert at Cleveland's House Of Blues after his tour bus was involved in a fatal accident with a 91-year-old man. Numan tweeted: "We are all utterly devastated by the fatal accident involving our tour bus earlier today. Everyone (sic) of us is filled with a sadness that made it impossible to even consider playing our show this evening, and out of respect it would have been entirely wrong. At the moment all we can think about are the people affected by this terrible tragedy and to them we send all our love."

TheBlast.com posted: "The accident occurred around 12:40 PM in Cleveland when an elderly male was crossing the street and was struck by the tour bus. Cleveland Police tell The Blast the male was pronounced dead at the scene. Witnesses say a priest from a nearby church came out to the scene of the accident and administered last rites to the victim as he died. We’re told the driver of the tour bus was not arrested and showed no signs of being impaired. The incident is under investigation and detectives will be examining evidence, including video, to determine what exactly happened."

The site posted that Numan was on board the bus when it crashed, and "the bus was photographed at the scene with tarps covering the deceased body and a shopping cart at the front of the vehicle."

Gary Numan performs tonight (September 25th) at Louisville, Kentucky's Headliners Music Hall.