The Daughter of Hank Williams Jr killed by car accident

Katherine Williams-Dunning, the girl of folk legend songster Jnr., died in an exceeding automobile crash Saturday night in Tennessee, authorities told CBS News. She was twenty-seven years recent.

Williams-Dunning was driving a 2007 rag Tahoe south on a route whereas towing a ship in Henry County, Tennessee, the state's Department of Safety and Homeland Security Communications Director, Wes Moster, told CBS News in associate email. Williams-Dunning's husband, 29-year-old Tyler Dunning, was a traveller within the vehicle.

The SUV crossed the dividing median of the route and "began a change sequence." The automobile then crossed the northward lanes before returning to a stop on the shoulder of the road.

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Dunning was flown by air to associate ER. His current condition wasn't provided by authorities. Williams-Dunning was listed as fatally harmed within the preliminary case info provided.

The investigation into the crash is current, authorities aforementioned.

The combine was married in Oct 2015, recreation Tonight reports. they'd 2 youngsters along, son Beau, 5, and girl Audrey, 2.

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Katherine's older sister, singer Holly Audrey Williams, commented on the crash Sunday morning in associate Instagram post. "I haven't any words," wrote Holly, aboard a photograph of her father and sister with different relations.

She explained the family visited her nice aunt's ceremonial on Th, and now, "are Janus-faced with another one."

"ALL we'd like is prayers. My daddy. My blood brother. Katie's husband," she continued. "My kinswoman and kinsman. Her Mama. The Dunning family. All of us. So. Many. Prayers. Jesus is close. many thanks all."

In the post, Holly aforementioned Tyler was "awake and responding," however that they "don't recognize injury extent nevertheless."

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