A total of three different boating incidents were reported on Lake of the Ozarks Saturday afternoon into the evening, including two that involved moderate injuries, according to Missouri State Highway Patrol Marine Division boating incident reports.

A total of three different boating incidents were reported on Lake of the Ozarks Saturday afternoon into the evening, including two that involved moderate injuries, according to Missouri State Highway Patrol Marine Division boating incident reports. 

Wave incident

At approximately 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 8, 2017, Dean L. Korsmeyer, 50, of Alhambra, Illnois, was piloting a 2014 Ranger Pontoon upstream at the 17-mile marker of the Osage Arm with 53-year-old Christine N. Blom, of Ballwin, Missouri, as a passenger when the incident occurred. 

According to the report, the incident "occurred as vessel 1 experience excessive-size waves. Vessel 1 became airborne and struck the surface of the water." 

Blom, not listed as wearing a safety device, was listed with moderate injuries and transported by ambulance to Lake Regional Hospital. Korsmeyer, listed as wearing a safety device, was not listed with any injuries. No damage was reported to the vessel. 

PWC, Cigarette crash 

At approximately 5:22 p.m. on July 8, 2017 a collision involving multiple water crafts was reported at the 19.5-mile marker of the Osage Arm in Camden County. 

Jerrold W. Ackerman, 50, of Ladue, was piloting a 1998 Cigarette boat (vessel 2) eastbound at the same time 17-year-old Benson R. Tyrrell, of Edwardsville, Illinois was piloting a 2015 Yamaha PWC (vessel 1) westbound. 

According to the report, "crash occurred as vessel 2 operated too close to an unidentified third boat and ran over vessel 1." 

Tyrrell, listed as wearing a safety device, suffered moderate injuries and was transported by ambulance to Lake Regional Hospital. Ackerman, not listed as wearing a safety device, was not listed with any injuries. There was moderate damage to the Cigarette boat and minor damage to the PWC. 

Collision with water craft 

At approximately 3:44 p.m. on July 8, 2017, a yacht struck an anchored vessel in Anderson Hollow Cove at the 4-mile marker of the Grand Glaize Arm in Camden County. 

Frank J. Albani, 74, of Liberty, was piloting a 2004 Carver 466 Motor Yacht westbound when the vessel struck an anchored 2008 Sea Ray 310 Sundancer. 

The crash occurred, "as operator 1 was attempting to pull anchor and bumped the throttle into reverse. Vessel 1 circled counter clockwise and struck the port side of vessel 2." 

Albani, not listed with a safety device, was not listed with any injuries. Both vessels were listed with minor damage.