Family Wants Stricter Boater Safety Laws After Accident

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Across the nation, intoxicated boaters are wreaking havoc on the water. The U.S. Coast Guard says alcohol use is the leading contributing factor in fatal boating accidents. Just last year, boating accidents resulted in 658 deaths. Morgan Kiser’s life was shattered when investigators say an intoxicated boater slammed into her family’s boat, killing her father and permanently maiming her mother. Now, Morgan and her mom are spearheading an effort to push lawmakers to pass tougher boater safety laws.

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24 thoughts on “Family Wants Stricter Boater Safety Laws After Accident”

  1. Why hasn’t the man who caused such devastation in Morgan’s family been held accountable? This happened years ago. The victims suffer while he remains unpunished. What kind of a message does that send to the public?

  2. Drunk driving is drunk driving and laws should be the same no matter the vehicle. What happened to the Kaiser family is a tragedy – and the fact the perpetrator is able to just live his life and not be held accountable?! How?!!

  3. I can’t believe this guy is still free. We don’t hear much about drunk boating and the lack of law enforcement. I would like to know what has happened to the mom since losing her leg! It must be life altering.

  4. Cars or boats.. make all the laws you want and every law will be broken.. funny its kinda like life… stealing killing murder drinking and driving.. name one law in effect that works…

  5. Was 600 dead by boat accident . Let’s go and Ban all boats . Where is the Liberals Moms Demand Action 🤔🤷‍♂️

  6. If it’s the middle of the ocean where there’s absolutely nothing around you it’s cool but if you can even see the horizon of land nah

  7. 658 deaths LOL!

    Heart disease: 696,962.

    Cancer: 602,350.

    COVID-19: 350,831.

    Accidents (unintentional injuries): 200,955.

    Stroke (cerebrovascular diseases): 160,264.

    Chronic lower respiratory diseases: 152,657.

    Alzheimer's disease: 134,242.

    Diabetes: 102,188.

  8. There’s consequences when you drive under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Ever increasing tougher laws is never going to stop stupid people from doing stupid things.

  9. People always want a law to make up for accountability. Truly enforce the laws that already exist would be a terrific start. Always remember laws only truly come into play AFTER the event has happened NOT before.


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