An aspiring young TV reporter has passed away following a tragic motorcycle accident in which the driver reportedly lost control of the vehicle.
26-year-old Jenny Lenzini was a Florida TV news reporter for NBC2 and ABC7 prior to her premature death on Saturday.
According to the reports, the young woman was riding on the back of a motorcycle when the driver smashed into a tree.
After losing control of the vehicle, the driver crashed and died at the scene. In an attempt to save the reporter’s life, the authorities airlifted Lenzini to a Sarasota hospital. She later, however, succumbed to her injuries.
As NBC2 & ABC7 broadcasters expressed after the 26-year-old’s passing, Lenzini had a bright smile “and passion for storytelling” that made her stand out from the rest.
She reportedly covered various stories in Charlotte County and Lee County and “was always diligent in her work” and grateful for being able to report on the matters in the area.
As the broadcasters explained, Lenzini kicked off her career by joining KTIV in Sioux City as a journalist and weekend anchor.
Besides being an aspiring reporter, the 26-year-old was reportedly a sister to five siblings and a happy young woman who “loved being around people.”
May she rest in peace. Our thoughts are with Lenzini’s family, friends, and her colleagues at NBC2 & ABC7.
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