Styx and Foreigner's Tour Buses Catch Fire in Philly Parking Lot

Two tour buses belonging to the bands Foreigner and Styx caught fire Wednesday in a Philadelphia parking lot in an urgent, urgent emergency that threatened to engulf the entirety of the years 1977 to 1984.

Philadelphia's 6ABC reported that the blaze began on the Styx bus around 12:20 p.m., and spread to the Foreigner bus that was parked alongside it. Both bands are scheduled to play Thursday night in Camden, N.J. (but, understandably, didn't want to leave their buses there).

Styx and Foreigner's Tour Buses Catch Fire in Philly Parking Lot

The buses were empty at the time of the fire, and no one was hurt. A representative for Styx told 6ABC the bus where the fire started belonged to the crew. The band also credited Mr. Roboto for helping them escape when they needed to (albeit several years before the fire.)

The cause of the fire hasn't yet been determined.

[Photos via 6ABC/Twitter]