The 15-year-old Florida boy is killed by his father's ship when his father hit the accelerator and sent the teenager flying overboard to the propellers.
- Hayden Schreyer, 15, died on Sunday when he fell into the water and on the propellers
- He was thrown overboard when his father Jason accidentally hit the accelerator and the boat jolted forward
- Jason, 48, suffered a fractured tibia in the accelerator of the 25-foot boat
- It is not clear if it belongs to you or if the family only used it for the day
- Six more people were on board at the time, but none of them was injured
Jennifer Smith for Dailymail.com
Hayden Schreyer, 15, died on Sunday after falling into the water when his father hit the accelerator in the boat in which they were accidentally and made him shake forward
A teenager in Florida died in a horrible accident in which his father fell and accidentally hit the accelerator, sending him overboard and into the propellers.
Hayden Schreyer, 15, died Sunday during an excursion on the Kemp Canal in Lower Keys.
His father, Jason, 48, was with him and six others aboard the 25-foot Dorado when Jason lost his balance and fell.
The sudden acceleration caused Hayden to fly into the water while his father broke his leg by falling on board.
Hayden was taken out of the water but died of a blunt force trauma to his head and body.
Now, friends and raising money to help pay for your funeral.
So far they have raised almost half of the $ 20,000 they expected on a GoFundMe page. "We are all heartbroken over the tragic loss of Hayden.
Hayden is shown on the left in a photo shared by his mother and during a recent trip in the ocean. His friends said he loved water and the outdoors
"He was loved by many and will be affectionately missed." Your family needs us now more than ever.
"We are asking family and friends to join together to financially support their family during this tragic moment," said friend Aybre Morris in a description of the page.
Hayden was known affectionately by his friends as "Cranberry" & # 39; because he often wore a blue fishing shirt at school.
He was fond of nature and animals and was described by his classmates as a thoughtful young man.
& # 39; It was a nice boy. Hard work. If you got to know him, it was fun, "one of his teachers told Naples News.
This is the type of boat in which the child was with his father and another six when the accident occurred on Sunday