News•December 5, 2003 1:01 AM ET•4,009 views
There Were Wires on hiatus after accident
Boston's There Were Wires are now on a temporary hiatus following an injury to guitarist Thomas Moses. Apparently Moses had three fingers nearly severed in a work related accident that required nine hours of surgery to successfully reattach his fingers. Fortunately, it appears that Moses will make a full recovery and eventually regain total use of the affected fingers. All There Were Wires shows have been canceled until further notice. Get well cards can be sent here: TWW PO Box 35466 Brighton, MA 02135
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