Boater That Involved in Ella Adler’s Death Had ‘No Knowledge’ of the Accident Says His Attorney!

A recently released accident report offers additional details regarding the circumstances surrounding the fatal collision between a boat and 15-year-old Ella Adler of Miami Beach on Saturday.

At approximately 4:00 p.m., while wakeboarding in Key Biscayne, Adler reportedly collapsed into the water and was struck by an off-setting vessel, according to an incident report provided to Newsweek by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission. Andler succumbed to her injuries.

Tuesday, First Lady Jill Biden paid her respects to Adler’s family in Florida, as reported by CBS News. The teenager is the granddaughter of Michael M. Adler Adler, the United States ambassador to Belgium.

According to the incident report, the operator of the vessel that collided with Adler was identified as Carlos Guillermo Alonso, a 78-year-old resident of Coral Gables. It is unknown whether Alonso is also the vessel’s owner and whether he is indicted on any offenses.

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On Tuesday, the yacht that had initially fled the scene was discovered. It was apprehended and subsequently relocated to the FWC evidence compound. According to officials who spoke with Newsweek, the boat’s proprietor is assisting the investigation.

Ella Adler Death

Adler was on a boat with thirteen other people, according to the report. There were two adults in their 30s, a 21-year-old, and eleven teenagers on the boat. At that moment, there was another female on the boat riding a wake surfboard. Though she fell into the sea in a different spot than Adler, she escaped unscathed.

Boater Allegedly Involved in Teen’s Death Had ‘No Knowledge’ of Accident

His attorney stated on Thursday that the boater accused of fatally striking a Florida adolescent over the weekend in a bay near Miami stated he had “no knowledge” of the incident and is “devastated” to discover he may have been involved.

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The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission reported that 15-year-old Ella Adler had fallen while wakeboarding near Nixon Beach in Key Biscayne on Saturday. She was waiting for her vessel when another vessel struck her and failed to halt.

FWC announced on Wednesday that they had apprehended a vessel believed to be associated with the hit-and-run incident. The operative of the vessel was identified as a 78-year-old resident of Coral Gables. The FWC reported that he is assisting the investigation. There are currently no accusations filed in the case.

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