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Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez, Emilio Macias, 27, and Eduardo Rivero, 25, killed in boating accident in Miami Beach, Florida

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Modified Date: 
Sun, 10/30/2016 - 8:28am
Accident Date: 
Sunday, September 25, 2016

Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez, 2 others killed in Miami boat crash

Chief Petty Officer Nyxolyno Cangemi told The Associated Press that a Coast Guard patrol boat spotted an overturned boat at 3:30 a.m. on a jetty near Government Cut. The bodies were discovered a short time later.

 

Marlins' Fernandez dies in Miami Beach boat accident

Despite injury plagued seasons, Fernandez remained the Marlins ace.

This season, Fernandez was 16-8 with a 2.86 ERA.

Fernandez and his pregnant girlfriend were expectant parents of a baby.

3 dead in Miami Beach boat accident

The accident occurred Sunday morning in the Government Cut channel between Miami Beach and Fisher Island. At this time, three bodies have been recovered by the Miami Dade Fire Rescue boat, according to Erika Benitez . 

 

Marlins Pitcher Jose Fernandez Shared Baby News Just Days Before His Death

Last week Fernandez posted a photo of his girlfriend sporting a “baby bump” on his Instagram page, announcing that the couple was expecting its first child.

Marlins’ Fernandez remembered as larger than life at funeral

His funeral service lasted more than two hours. Those in attendance included Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred, current and former Marlins players and two hall-of-famers, Marlins executives Tony Perez and Andre Dawson.

Miami Baseball Star, José Fernández, Dies in Boating Accident

Take these things into account—plus unpredictable weather, inexperienced drivers, congested waterways, drinking while boating, and crowded vessels—and you have a recipe forpotential serious injury or death.

‘Strong odor’ of alcohol on Jose Fernandez after boat crash

The crash is being investigated by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. The agency asked prosecutors to draft the warrant so they could search Fernandez’s 32-foot SeaVee named “Kaught Looking.”

Autopsy: Marlins pitcher had cocaine, alcohol in his system

The affidavit said officials also had recovered a receipt for alcohol from American Social Bar & Kitchen, where the trio had been before the crash.

Fernandez was not driving boat at time of crash that killed him and two friends, his family's attorney says

But the family's attorney insisted Saturday that evidence shows Fernandez was not driving his boat when it crashed at Government Cut off Miami Beach Sept. 25. No official report on who was driving has been issued.

People Involved: 
Jose Fernandez
Emilio Macias
Eduardo Rivero

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