Two PWCs traveling in the same direction collided Sunday afternoon in Workman Hollow Cove, though no injuries were reported, according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol Water Division boating incident report.

Two PWCs traveling in the same direction collided Sunday afternoon at the 8.3-mile marker in Workman Hollow Cove, though no injuries were reported, according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol Water Division boating incident report. 

Caimon R. Stillman, 17, of St. Joseph and Quante L. Ford, 22, of St. Joseph, were piloting a 2015 Sea-Doo GTI and 2016 Sead-Doo GTI at approximately 3:15 p.m. on May 28, 2017 when the collision occurred. 

According to the report, the two water crafts were traveling in the same direction when Stillman turned in front of Ford causing Ford to strike Stillman's water craft. 

Both drivers were listed as wearing safety devices. One PWC was listed with moderate damage, while the other was listed with minor damage. 

In a separate incident several hours later on the Lake of the Ozarks in Toad Cove, a Sea Ray Cruiser caused minor damage to an unoccupied vessel when its' driver attempted to back into a slip and struck the moored vessel. 

Carl A. Klem, 56, of Wright City, was piloting a 1998 Sea Ray Cruiser eastbound at approximately 8:55 p.m. Sunday night when he struck a 2016 Ski Nautique attempting to back into a slip. 

Klem was listed as wearing a safety device.