Just about five months after the fact, reports are now indicating that an Overland Park, Kansas, man driving the boat which slammed into a rock bluff at the 47.5 mile marker at Lake of the Ozarks was intoxicated at the time. A Kansas City Star report says that toxicology and autopsy results show that 24-year-old Daniel Lewis had a blood alcohol level of 0.088, above the 0.08 legal limit. Lewis and two passengers, 23-year-old Joseph LeMark of Overland Park and 21-year-old Hailey Hochanadel of Olathe, were killed in the early-morning May 19th crash while two others were injured but survived. One of them, 22-year-old Hayden Frazier of Overland Park, was thrown into the water but able to get back in the boat and paddle it back to shore. Frazier was initially taken into custody on pending charges of boating while intoxicated involving the death of another and serious physical injury, and negligent operation of a vessel. Ten days later, the prosecuting attorney’s office announced that Frazier was not the operator and would not be charged. Despite the developments, according to the KC Star article, the highway patrol says the case remains open.