Hague woman killed in single-vehicle crash

HAGUE A Hague woman was killed in a single-vehicle accident Feb. 21. Jennifer Fenimore, 34, of Hague, was operating a Ford Explorer east on New Hague Road, approximately 1.2 miles northeast of Summit Drive, around 2 p.m. when the vehicle left the road and struck a tree. Fenimore lost control of the sport-utility vehicle on an ice-covered road, according to the Warren County Sheriffs Office. The SUV slid sideways, and the first point of contact with the tree was the drivers-side door, police said. Fenimore was pronounced dead at the scene, police said. Three children, Fenimore's sons, were in the car at the time of the accident, but all were unharmed, police said. The children, ages 9, 4, and 2, were transported to Moses-Ludington Hospital in Ticonderoga for evaluation. The younger boys were properly restrained in age- and size-appropriate child seats in the back seat, and the oldest boy was belted in the front seat, police said. New Hague Road was shut down at Route 9N and Trout Brook Road as emergency crews responded to the scene, and remained closed for several hours, police said. Members of the Traffic Safety and Criminal Investigations units conducted the investigation, and were assisted by State Police, officials said. The Hague Fire Department and EMS squad were also at the scene.

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