Nation artist Hank Williams Jr's. girl executed in auto accident


The girl of blue grass music artist Hank Williams Jr. was slaughtered in a solitary vehicle crash in Tennessee, as per a report. 

Katherine Williams-Dunning, 27, was in the driver's seat Saturday night of a 2007 Chevy Tahoe, driving on Highway 79 close to Paris, when the vehicle crossed the middle, news station WKRN announced. 

The SUV, which had been towing a vessel, turned over northbound paths before halting on the shoulder, the outlet announced. 

Williams-Dunning passed on and her 29-year-old spouse, Tyler Dunning, was carried to Vanderbilt University Medical Center for treatment, WKRN announced. His condition has not been discharged. 

No data about what caused the accident has been discharged. 

"This is a functioning examination and more subtleties will be made accessible later," Tennessee Highway Patrol representative Lt. Brad Wilbanks stated, as indicated by The Paris Post-Intelligencer. 

The casualty's dad, Hank Williams Jr., is most popular for the tune, "All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight," which he revamped as a signature melody for ESPN's "Monday Night Football," as per Fox News.
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