What Are the Dangers of Boating at Night? Questions Arise Following Kevin O'Leary's Deadly Boat Crash

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Disturbing questions are being raised a fatal boating incident in Canada involving "Shark Tank’s" Kevin O’Leary.

A 48-year-old mother of three and a 64-year-old Florida accountant were killed when the boat they were on collided with O’Leary’s.

The accident happened late one night on a lake in Ontario, famed for its multimillion-dollar waterfront vacation homes.

O’Leary said that his wife was driving the boat and that the other, much larger boat, did not have navigation lights on. But a witness claims O’Leary’s boat may have been travelling too fast.

As many vacationers take to the sea on their boats for Labor Day Weekend, Inside Edition’s Steven Fabian joined officers of the Nassau County Police Marine Bureau to look into the dangers of boating at night.

Check out the video above to find out what we learned.

Police are investigating the crash involving O'Leary.


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