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Highway Patrol Releases Boat Fire Details in Osage Beach

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The highway patrol’s water division has now released details about a dock and boat fire shortly before 1:00 Tuesday morning that injured one person.

The patrol says a 1996 Bayliner was docked in Salt Hollow Cove at the 21-mile mark when the engine caught on fire. The blaze then spread to the dock and a nearby personal watercraft requiring the services of the Osage Beach and Mid-County fire districts.

25-year-old Brandon McIntosh, of Holts Summit, was seriously burned and taken to Lake Regional Hospital.

The Bayliner was totaled in the blaze while the P-W-C sustained minor damage.

 

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An early-morning boat fire is under investigation by the Osage Beach Fire District and the highway patrol’s water division.

Osage Beach Chief Paul Berardi says personnel responded to an area on Autumn Lane near the 21-mile mark of the Osage Arm just a few minutes before 1:00 Tuesday morning. Upon arrival, a single-well dock and a boat were fully involved.

Crews tended to one patient who was taken to Lake Regional Hospital…the extent of the injuries unknown.

Firefighters from Osage Beach and Mid-County were able to put the blaze out while Lake Ozark and Sunrise Beach manpower were canceled enroute.

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Reporter Mike Anthony