Loretta Lynn suffers another serious injury in fall


Loretta's sister, Crystal Gayle - who'll turn 66 on Tuesday - confirmed the injury via social media.

A post on Loretta's Twitter account confirms the news saying, "American music icon Loretta Lynn is recovering from a fractured hip after a fall while at home".

ABC Radio Country Music Hall of Famer Loretta Lynn has suffered another setback, as the 85-year-old singer broke her hip during the first week of the New Year.

A statement released on Loretta's website reveals that Loretta is focussed on healing, and thanked her fans for all their well wishes and prayers during this tough time. Her family is asking for prayers in the aftermath of the scary accident.

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Thank you for your love, prayers and continued support!

Gayle added, "I was with Loretta yesterday".

Unfortunately, this is the latest in a string of medical issues for Loretta over the last few years. Lynn spent several months in a Nashville rehab facility following the stroke.

Lynn, 85, suffered a stroke in 2017 at her Hurricane Mills, Tennessee, home.

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Lynn had to cancel her remaining tour dates previous year and put the release of her album on hold following a stroke at her home in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee in May.

The Hall of Fame singer is also known for "You Ain't Woman Enough", "The Pill", and "One's on the Way".

Loretta has also been keeping up her singing, as you can see from these pictures from September 2017.

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