Rising Country Star Dies in UTV Crash

posted by Otis - The O Show - 

Rising country singer Abby Nicole, 25, was tragically killed, after the UTV she was riding in near the Nebraska County Fair crashed. 

Early Sunday she had just wrapped up a performance at the fair with her band County Road, when tragedy struck. Police responded to a call at 4:20am Sunday morning. Rreports of a woman being injured near the racetrack of Thayer County Fairgrounds while riding in a utility task vehicle. Abby was rushed to the nearby hospital where she was pronounced dead. 

http://us92.com/local-news/norfolk-based-country-singer-killed-in-accident-while-on-tour/ We Miss You Abby ...

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She was a rising country star from Norfolk, NE, who had just recorded her first single "Cool" in Nashville.

Fans of Abby mourned on social media writing things like this:  "That smile, those eyes, that laugh, that voice, that soothing touch, her incredible undeniable way of making anyone and everyone feel so loved. What a gift to this world. I will see you again someday Abby. I love you and miss you so damn much."

County Roads manager and drummer said in a statement to Fox News, "Our biggest thing that we’ve been portraying to everybody is this was tragic for us all, but we really appreciate the condolences and everybody reaching out.” 


I miss you soooo much Abby Nicole... you were ready to be the One Me we talked about. I drove home today and wanted you...

Posted by Chad Barnhill on Sunday, July 23, 2017

She seemed to have a lot of promise, listening to her debut single. Who knows what she could've brought to the Country Music world.

Our prayers go out to her friend's and family!

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