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Family 'In Shock' Over Tragic Crash Death Of Beautiful County Singer Abby Nicole

Country Singer Abby Nicole Killed ATV Accident

Jul. 24 2017, Updated 4:53 p.m. ET

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Country Singer Abby Nicole Killed ATV Accident

Tragedy struck when 25-year-old aspiring country singer Abby Nicole was suddenly killed in an ATV accident near a fairground racetrack in Deshler, Nebraska, early Sunday morning, has learned.


Abby Uecker, who goes by her stage name Abby Nicole, performed at the Thayer County Fair Friday and Saturday night. She is listed as the lead singer for Abby Nicole and County Road.

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Following her final performance, Abby rode her ATV early Sunday morning when it crashed near the fairground's racetracks around 4:00 AM.

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She was transported to Thayer County Health services where she was pronounced dead at 5:30 AM.

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"We are in shock," Abby's father, Bruce Uecker told Radar.

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The singer is no stranger to tragedy. In December of 2014, she was diagnosed with a brain tumor that nearly destroyed her career.

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Abby graduated from Nebraska Hixon-Lied college in 2015, where she majored in theatre performance. Shortly after, in 2016, she went to Nashville to record her first album Cool.

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Back in March, Abby spoke to her local news station — News Channel Nebraska — and told them of her plans to permanently move to Nashville in August to focus on her music career full time.

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"Just to immerse myself in that love of music and be around and write every day is kind of where I want to be," Abby said. "That's what everyone says, you just have got to dive on in, and that's what I'm going to do."

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Abby also had hometown performances scheduled next weekend.

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Police tell Radar the incident is still under investigation.

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