Couple and their friend are killed after their boat crashes off the Florida coast

The couple and their friend are killed after their boat hit a jetty and crashed off the Florida coast

  • Koppel, Christopher Colgan, 56, and Elisaine Colgan, 38, were killed on Saturday
  • Their friend, Jennifer Y Munoz Cadavid, 28, also died after the boat accident
  • The fourth victim, Troy Forte, 37, survived the crash that took place on Miami Beach
  • Florida officials said the 32-foot boat hit a jetty near Government Cut
  • It is unclear what caused the crash and authorities are still investigating the accident

Three people were killed in Florida after their boat crashed during the holiday weekend.

Koppel, Christopher Colgan, 56, and Elisaine Colgan, 38, who had been married for 17 years, were pulled from Miami Beach shortly after the 32-meter-long boat hit a jetty near Government Cut.

The body of the Fort Lauderdale resident, Jennifer Y Munoz Cadavid, 28, was found Monday morning, said Florida Fish and Wildlife spokesman Ronald Washington.

Florida couple, Christopher Colgan, 56, and Elisaine Colgan (both pictured), 38, along with their friend Jennifer Cadavid, 28, were killed on Saturday after their 32-meter boat hit a jetty

Florida couple, Christopher Colgan, 56, and Elisaine Colgan (both pictured), 38, along with their friend Jennifer Cadavid, 28, were killed on Saturday after their 32-meter boat hit a jetty

The fourth victim, Troy Forte (photo), 37, survived but was rushed to the Ryder Trauma Center at Jackson Memorial Hospital in serious condition

The fourth victim, Troy Forte (photo), 37, survived but was rushed to the Ryder Trauma Center at Jackson Memorial Hospital in serious condition

The fourth victim, Troy Forte (photo), 37, survived but was rushed to the Ryder Trauma Center at Jackson Memorial Hospital in serious condition

The fourth victim, Troy Forte, 37, survived, but was rushed to the Jackson Memorial Hospital Ryder trauma center in a serious condition.

Forte was in stable condition from Sunday.

According to The Miami Herald, the crash happened on Saturday evening around 9.18 pm.

Photos of the crash show the capsized boat wedged against sharp rocks along the beach.

Elisaine Colgan was a recognized real estate agent. She would have turned 39 on Sunday.

Her husband, Christopher, was an avid skipper and a fisherman.

The couple has a teenage son together. He was not on the boat at that time.

Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez told the Messenger on Monday that it was & # 39; really hard to see & # 39; is & # 39; at night in the area where the crash occurred.

& # 39; We need to do something about it to really light it up that says, "Hey, the scaffolding is here". & # 39;

It is unclear what caused the crash. Authorities are still investigating the accident.

Elisaine Colgan was a recognized real estate agent. She would have turned 39 on Sunday. Her husband, Christopher, was an avid skipper and a fisherman

Elisaine Colgan was a recognized real estate agent. She would have turned 39 on Sunday. Her husband, Christopher, was an avid skipper and a fisherman

The couple has a teenage son together. He was not on the boat at that time

The couple has a teenage son together. He was not on the boat at that time

Elisaine Colgan was a recognized real estate agent. She would have turned 39 on Sunday. Her husband, Christopher, was an avid skipper and a fisherman. The couple has a teenage son together. He was not on the boat at that time

The crash occurred around 9.18 pm on Saturday evening. Photos of the crash show the capsized boat wedged against sharp rocks along the beach

The crash occurred around 9.18 pm on Saturday evening. Photos of the crash show the capsized boat wedged against sharp rocks along the beach

The crash occurred around 9.18 pm on Saturday evening. Photos of the crash show the capsized boat wedged against sharp rocks along the beach

Crews are seen pulling the boat to the shore a few days after the fall on the jetty

Crews are seen pulling the boat to the shore a few days after the fall on the jetty

Crews are seen pulling the boat to the shore a few days after the fall on the jetty

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