Hank Williams Jr Daughter’s Accident Resulted in Her Death
Country music singer Hank Williams Jr daughter’s accident in Henry County, Tennessee, about 100 miles west of Nashville on Saturday night (June 13, 2020) resulted in her death.
27-year-old Katherine Williams-Dunning, the daughter of Hank Williams, Jr., was driving a 2007 Chevy Tahoe southbound on U.S. Highway 79 that was involved in the single-vehicle crash near Antioch Road.
The SUV was towing a boat at 7:44 p.m. southbound on Highway 79 when it crossed the dividing median in the highway and began rolling over, crossing northbound lanes, and coming to a rest on the shoulder.
Williams-Dunning was passed away in the accident.
Hank Williams Jr daughter accident is an active research
Williams-Dunning is one of two children born to Williams Jr. and his wife, Mary Jane Thomas.
Her brother is singer Sam Williams, and her grandfather is country icon Hank Williams Sr. Her half-siblings are Shelton Hank Williams, known as Hank III, who is the son of Williams Jr. and his first wife, Gwen Yeargain, and musicians Holly Williams and Hilary Williams, both of whom were born to Williams Jr. and his second wife, Becky White.
Their father, Hank Williams Jr., 71, is famous for the song, “All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight”.
“My sister and brother in law have been in a terrible accident. Please pray for them so hard! Katie Williams and Tyler Dunning,” Sam Williams wrote.
Williams-Dunning was born on Oct. 21, 1992, and lived in Springville, Tennessee.
Katherine Williams-Dunning wasn’t alone in the accident
Hank Williams Jr daughter wasn’t alone in her accident. Williams-Dunning’s husband, 29-year-old Tyler Dunning, was transported to Vanderbilt University Medical Center. However, his condition isn’t currently known.
She and her husband Tyler had been married since October of 2015. The couple has two young kids, a 5-year-old boy named Beau Weston and a 2-year-old girl named Audrey Jane.
As she indicated on her Instagram page, Williams-Dunning managed a clothing company called Weston Jane that focused on “moms supporting moms and women supporting women.” She enlisted another mother from West Tennessee to print her designs and sold items made by other moms.
We send our prayers and condolences to the Williams and Dunning families.
The story is still developing. USdaynews will continue to bring you the latest updates as they are made available.
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