Boat crashes into house and injures eight people, driver arrested

A boating accident took place at the Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri. The accident resulted in a boat running aground, hitting a home, and ejecting all passengers on Saturday night. The incident left eight people injured, with six of them sustaining serious injuries. The boat driver, identified as Adam Ramirez from California, was among those seriously hurt. Authorities have arrested Ramirez on charges of boating while intoxicated. None of the victims are from the area where the crash occurred.

The boat crash occurred at the Lake of the Ozarks, a reservoir in central Missouri. The victims, four men and four women ranging in age from 21 to 51, were not wearing any safety devices at the time of the accident, as stated in the incident report. Six victims suffered serious injuries, while the other two were moderately injured. The driver, Ramirez, who is in his 40s, was also seriously hurt.

Authorities have been reconstructing the crash scene using a drone to gather more information about the incident. Photos from the scene reveal extensive damage to the home and debris scattered across the lawn. The boat involved in the crash, a 2014 Nor-Tech, remained overturned on the lawn until Sunday evening when it was loaded onto a trailer and towed away.

The Lake of the Ozarks is a popular destination for boating enthusiasts, attracting visitors from various parts of the country. Boating accidents, unfortunately, are not uncommon in the area. Authorities have not yet provided further details about the circumstances leading up to the crash.