In 1975, the son of the legend Hank Williams Sr. and also an iconic country artist, Hank Williams Jr., nearly had a fatal accident that changed his life and his career. He was climbing on Ajax peak in Beaverhead Country, Montana the 8th of August. The country icon fell over 440 feet as the snow beneath him collapsed. He fractured his head in multiple places and he wasn’t expected to live. For him to recover, it took multiple surgeries for over two years. He was heartened by family friends Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash.