Who is Jenny Lenzini? Jenny Lenzini Bio/Wiki
On Saturday in North Port, Florida, Jennifer Lenzini, a 26-year-old TV news reporter who grew up in northwestern suburban Crystal Lake, was killed in a motorcycle crash.
She was 26 years old.
As a weekend anchor and multi-media journalist, she began her career at KTIV in Sioux City, Iowa. Jenny grew up in Crystal Lake, Illinois, outside of Chicago. Growing up, she idolized Diane Sawyer and loved being around people. Jenny had fewer than five siblings.
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In July, after four years with NBC affiliate KTIV in Sioux City, Iowa, Lenzini, a graduate of Prairie Ridge High School in Crystal Lake and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, had just joined NBC affiliate WBBH/ABC affiliate WZVN in Fort Myers, Florida.
The station posted it on Sunday, “Jenny covered stories that mattered most to our community in Charlotte County and Lee County. She was always diligent in her work and made sure you knew how grateful and thankful she was to be reported in Southwest Florida,”
The outlet said, “Jenny covered stories that mattered most to our community in Charlotte County and Lee County,”
“She was always diligent in her work and made sure you knew how grateful and thankful she was to be reporting in Southwest Florida.”
killed In Motorcycle Crash Full Details
She was riding a BMW motorcycle on Saturday afternoon in Sarasota County when according to police reports, the driver lost control of the vehicle and hit a tree.
At the scene, the driver died and the young reporter was flown to a hospital in Sarasota, where she died later.