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Miami, FL – Fatal Drowning Reported in Miami River Near I-95

Miami, FL - Fatal Drowning Reported in Miami River Near I-95

Miami, FL (February 24, 2024) – On Saturday, the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and Miami and Miami-Dade fire rescue personnel were dispatched to a reported drowning in the Miami River.

At approximately 4:00 p.m., witnesses informed Miami police officers that the victim had fallen from a white cabin cruiser boat and drowned. Specialized divers spent several hours in the water searching in the Brickell-Downtown Miami area, in close proximity to Interstate 95 and Fourth and Fifth Streets. It’s unclear if the victim was recovered or if any citations or charges will be filed against those operating the boat; however, the investigation into the incident is ongoing.

We extend our deepest condolences to the deceased victim’s loved ones.

Note: This post was written for informational purposes. Our dedicated team of writers uses outside sources to create these accident news reports. These sources include local news reports, police reports, social media posts, and eyewitness accounts of injury accidents that take place in South Florida. Members of our writing team have not independently verified all facts in these posts; therefore, if you locate something that is inaccurate in our post, please contact Boone & Davis as soon as possible so that we can correct the post immediately. We will remove a post upon request.

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