Wildwood Woman Injured in Boating Accident at Osage Beach
Margaret Reavy from Wildwood was hurt Friday evening near Osage Beach when a boat ran over the tritoon on which she was a passenger. She was transported by helicopter to a Columbia, MO, hospital, according to LakeNewsOnline.
Margaret Reavy, 53, of Wildwood, was transported Friday evening by a Staff for Life helicopter to University Hospital in Columbia due to serious injuries she sustained after two boats collided at 9:53 p.m. at the 4-mile marker of the Main Channel in Osage Beach, according to an article published by Lake NewsOnline. The article referenced information from the Missouri State Patrol Marine Division.
Reavy was a passenger in a 2008 Bennington tritoon driven by Daniel Reavy, 49, also of Wildwood, according to the article.
The accident occurred when a 2000 Sea Ray runabout driven by Thomas Rainey, 59, of Lee's Summit, MO, ran over the top of the tritoon boat nearly head-on.
Both Rainey and Daniel Reavy were charged by the Missouri State Patrol with Boating While Intoxicated, according to the article.