Marinette County woman killed in one-car crash
- A one-car crash near Niagara leaves one woman dead and two others injured.
It happened around 9:30 a.m. today in Marinette County on Highway O at the Pemenee Creek Bridge.
A Jeep driving south crashed into the bridge support. A 29-year-old Beecher woman riding in the SUV died at the hospital.
The driver and another passenger were not seriously injured.
Police think the driver was going too fast for the snowy conditions.
The woman who died was not wearing her seatbelt at the time.
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