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Update: Driver Arrested in Fatal Boat Crash at Lake of the Ozarks

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JEFFERSON CITY, MO -

A boat driver was arrested and is facing  several charges after three people died  in  a crash at the Lake of the Ozarks Saturday.  
It happened around 2:00 am Saturday morning.The five people on the boat were friends who had previously all  graduated from high school in Olathe. Three died and another was injured when the boat hit a rock bluff. The boat driver 22-year old Hayden Frazier of Overland Park was arrested on suspicion that he was driving intoxicated. 
 

From Saturday:

A  dismal start to National Safe Boating week as a fatal boat crash kills three and injures
at the Lake of the Ozarks.The Missouri Highway Patrol said the boat hit a rock bluff near the 47 mile marker. Sgt Scott White said it is  unclear if alcohol was involved in the crash which happened around 1:45 a.m. this morning.  One person was found dead inside the boat. Two others were recovered from the water. The driver was identified as 22-year old Hayden Frazier of Overland Park, Kansas who was taken to Lake Regional Hospital. Passenger Ashley Lamb of Olathe, Kansas was taken to Mercy Hospital Springfield by Staff for LIfe.  23 year old Joseph Lemark and 24 year old Daniel Lewis both of Overland Park were killed along with 21 year old  Hailey Hochanadel.

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