Tennessee: Hank Williams lost his daughter, Katherine Williams-Dunning to a car accident on Saturday night
Hank Williams junior lost his daughter, Katherine Williams-Dunning, in a car crash on Saturday night in Tennessee, she was 27 years old. Williams-Dunning was reportedly known to be driving a 2007 Chevy Tahoe southbound on a highway while towing a boat in Henry County, Tennessee. Williams-Dunning’s husband, 29-year-old Tyler Dunning, was also present in the vehicle at the time of the accident.
The SUV crossed the dividing median of the highway and started to rollover. The car also crossed the northbound lanes before coming to a stop on the shoulder of the road.
Dunning was transferred to an emergency room, he was flown by air. His current condition was not provided as of now by the authorities. Williams-Dunning was listed as fatally injured in the preliminary case as per the information provided.The investigation into the crash is ongoing, authorities said.
The pair were married on October 2015. They had two children together, son Beau, 5, and daughter Audrey, 2.
Katherines Instagram bio suggested that she owned a small clothing brand named Weston Jane. The company is centered around the mission of the moms supporting moms and women supporting women,according to its Shopify site.
Katherine’s older sister, singer Holly Audrey Williams, commented on the crash Sunday morning in an Instagram post. “I have no words,” wrote Holly, she was in a photo along side of her father and sister with other family members. “On Friday morning I talked the family into taking this picture and had no idea it would be our last together with my precious little sister Katie.”
She explained the family went to her great aunt’s funeral on Thursday, and now, “are faced with another one.”
“ALL we need is prayers. My daddy. My little brother. Katie’s husband,” she continued. “My niece and nephew. Her Mama. The Dunning family. All of us. So. Many. Prayers. Jesus is close. Thank you all.” In the post, Holly said Tyler was “awake and responding,” but that they “don’t know injury extent yet.”