Georgia man killed in boating accident near Savannah Yacht Club

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WE LEARN MORE ABOUT A FATAL BT OA ACCIDENT – WHICH KILLED A MAN ON A FISHING TRIP NEAR THE SAVANNAH YACHT CLUB. DNR OFFICERS TELL US ‘JOSEPH MOORE’ WAS RUN OFF WITH THREE OTR HE MEN AT AROUND 4 AM THIS MORNING. THEIR BOAT HIT A MARKER – THROWING MOORE INTO THE CENTER CONSOLE OF THE BOAT. HE DIED OF A HEAD INJURY. RY OTHERS ON BOARD WERE NOT INJURED.

DNR: 1 man dead following a fishing accident near the Savannah Yacht Club

The Georgia Department of Natural Resources is investigating an incident Thursday morning that killed a 62-year-old Savannah man.

A man has died after a boating accident near the Savannah Yacht Club. The Georgia Department of Natural Resources is investigating the incident, which happened Thursday morning. According to DNR Game Warden Barry Britt, three men were aboard the a 28-foot center console regulator when it struck a marker on the Intracoastal Waterway near the Savannah Yacht Club. TRENDING STORIES Former bank CEO Alex Murdaugh, attorney charged with a total of 30 criminal charges South Carolina authorities discover the body of a missing 5-year-old autistic girl. murder after 12-year-old child was shot in the headJoseph Moore, 62, of Savannah, suffered a head injury and died at the scene, Britt said. The other men on board were not injured. Britt said there was no indication that speed, drugs or alcohol were a factor in the crash. Britt said the three men were leaving for a fishing trip at the time of the accident. It is a developing story. Check back for updates.

A man has died after a boating accident near the Savannah Yacht Club.

The Georgian Ministry of Natural Resources is investigating the incident, which happened on Thursday morning.

According to DNR Game Warden Barry Britt, three men were aboard a 28-foot center console regulator when it hit a marker on the Intracoastal Waterway near the Savannah Yacht Club.

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Joseph Moore, 62, of Savannah, suffered a head injury and died at the scene, Britt said. The other men on board were not injured.

Britt said there was no indication that speed, drugs or alcohol were a factor in the crash.

It is believed that at this time Moore was a passenger and not operating the boat at the time of the collision.

Britt said the three men were leaving for a fishing trip at the time of the accident.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

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