Hank Williams Jr.'s daughter died in an accident

Hank Williams Jr.'s daughter died in an accident
Catherine Williams-Dining, daughter of singer Hank Williams Jr. and granddaughter of Alabama-born country music legend Hank Williams, died Saturday night in a car accident in Tennessee. She was 27 years old.

Williams-Dunning, named "Katie" in the family, was driving a Chevrolet Tahoe in 2007 and was driving the boat at about 7:45 p.m. According to WKRN, on Highway 79 near Paris, about 110 miles west of Tennessee and Nashville west of Kentucky Lake, the vehicle rolled over and stopped on the shoulder. She died on the spot itself.

Her husband, 29-year-old Tyler Dunning, was in the vehicle. According to a social media post, according to Catherine's sister, singer Hawley Williams, who was born in Cullman, she was taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center and awakened.

The Dunning were married on October 15, 2015 and have two children, Beau, 5 and Audrey, 2.

According to CMT, Williams-Dingling was Hank Jr.'s daughter with his third wife, Mary Jane Thomas. They have been married since 1990. Hank Jr. has five children, including previous weddings by Becky White and Gwen Yeargain. Sam Williams, the youngest of five children, pursued a music career. Unlike her siblings, Catherine never pursued a singing career.

Hank Jr., who has lived in Alabama several times, followed his father's country music stardom, often performing her father's songs, but he directed her own course and hit songs like "A Country Boy" Are known for Can Survive, "" Family Tradition "and" All My Rowdy Friends Coming Over Tonight, "which became the title track to open NFL broadcasts for Monday Night Football. Hank Jr. released Pelham's Oak Mountain Amphitheater on October 25, 2018 Performed as part of the Lingard Skynyrd Farewell Tour. She played at Tuscaloosa Amphitheater on June 14, 2019.

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