In memory of
Branson Tour Boat Accident Victims
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In memory of
Branson Tour Boat Accident Victims
17 people have died after a tour boat capsized and sank on Table Rock Lake near Branson, Mo. on Thursday, July 19, 2018, according to multiple news sources. The amphibious tour boat, operated by Ride the Ducks Branson, was carrying 31 people, including children, when a sudden storm struck the area. High winds and waves were witnessed in videos recorded from other boats in the area. “We are deeply saddened by the tragic accident that occurred at Ride The Ducks Branson. This incident has deeply affected all of us. Words cannot convey how profoundly our hearts are breaking,” read a statement published on bransonducks.com The names of the 17 people who died have been released by authorities and profiles of the victims have been published at the Kansas City Star . William Asher, 69, of Missouri Rosemarie Hamann, 68, of Missouri Janice Bright, 63, of Missouri William Bright, 65, of Missouri Angela Coleman, 45, of Indiana Arya Coleman, 1, of Indiana Belinda Coleman, 69, of Indiana Ervin Coleman, 76, of Indiana Evan Coleman, 7, of Indiana Glenn Coleman, 40, of Indiana Horace Coleman, 70, of Indiana Maxwell Coleman, 2, of Indiana Reece Coleman, 9, of Indiana Leslie Dennison, 64, of Illinois Bob Williams, 73, of Missouri Lance Smith, 15, of Arkansas Steve Smith, 53, of Arkansas The accident is being investigated by the National Transportation Safety Board. Branson is a popular tourist destination in southwest Missouri. We invite you to share condolences for the victims of the Branson tour boat accident in our Guest Book.
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In memory of
Branson Tour Boat Accident Victims
17 people have died after a tour boat capsized and sank on Table Rock Lake near Branson, Mo. on Thursday, July 19, 2018, according to multiple news sources. The amphibious tour boat, operated by Ride the Ducks Branson, was carrying 31 people, including children, when a sudden storm struck the area. High winds and waves were witnessed in videos recorded from other boats in the area. “We are deeply saddened by the tragic accident that occurred at Ride The Ducks Branson. This incident has deeply affected all of us. Words cannot convey how profoundly our hearts are breaking,” read a statement published on bransonducks.com The names of the 17 people who died have been released by authorities and profiles of the victims have been published at the Kansas City Star . William Asher, 69, of Missouri Rosemarie Hamann, 68, of Missouri Janice Bright, 63, of Missouri William Bright, 65, of Missouri Angela Coleman, 45, of Indiana Arya Coleman, 1, of Indiana Belinda Coleman, 69, of Indiana Ervin Coleman, 76, of Indiana Evan Coleman, 7, of Indiana Glenn Coleman, 40, of Indiana Horace Coleman, 70, of Indiana Maxwell Coleman, 2, of Indiana Reece Coleman, 9, of Indiana Leslie Dennison, 64, of Illinois Bob Williams, 73, of Missouri Lance Smith, 15, of Arkansas Steve Smith, 53, of Arkansas The accident is being investigated by the National Transportation Safety Board. Branson is a popular tourist destination in southwest Missouri. We invite you to share condolences for the victims of the Branson tour boat accident in our Guest Book.
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