Country singer Hank Williams Jr.’s daughter Katherine Williams-Dunning killed in car crash

Last Modified: 9th Sep

Country singer Hank Williams Jr.’s daughter was killed in a single-vehicle crash in Tennessee.

News station WKRN reported that 27-year-old Katherine Williams-Dunning was driving a 2007 Chevy Tahoe on Saturday night on Highway 79 near Paris when the vehicle crossed the median.

Williams-Dunning and her 29-year-old husband, Tyler Dunning, were airlifted to Vanderbilt University Medical Center for treatment where she died. The condition Tyler has not been reported. Katherine was the owner of the T-shirt company Weston Jane by KDWD and the mother of two young children- a boy and a girl.

The Dunning family (Image: Instagram - posted May 2020)

According to The Paris Post-Intelligencer, Tennessee Highway Patrol spokesman Lt. Brad Wilbanks said, “This is an active investigation and more details will be made available later.”

Hank Williams Jr. is best known for the song All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight, which was re-written as a theme song for ESPN’s Monday Night Football.

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