A total of three vessels were listed with extensive damage following two separate incidents Wednesday on Lake of the Ozarks.

A total of three vessels were listed with extensive damage following two separate incidents Wednesday on Lake of the Ozarks, according to two Missouri State Highway Patrol Marine Division boating incident reports. 

The first incident occurred at approximately 1:30 p.m. on August 23, 2017 at the 19.5-mile marker of Harper's Hollow Cove in Camden County involving a 2012 Playcraft Clipper 2400 pontoon and a 1998 Sea Ray 260 Runabout. 

Betty B. Pyle, 74, of Ashburn, Virginia, attempted to back out of a slip, while in forward gear and struck the unoccupied Sea Ray, which was docked. Both vessels were listed with extensive damage. 

Pyle, not listed with a safety device, did not have any injuries, according to the report. 

The second incident occurred at approximately 10:30 p.m. at the 5.2-mile marker of Lick Branch Cove in Morgan County involving a 1999 Fountain vessel. 

According to the report, Danny C. Williams, 50, of South Beloit, Illinois, was piloting the vessel eastbound with Lisa M. Williams, 52, also of South Beloit, as a passenger when the "driver did not see a breakwater and drove over it." 

Lisa Williams was listed with minor injuries and refused medical treatment at the scene. Both involved were listed with safety devices. 

The vessel damage was listed as extensive. 

No citations or arrests were listed with either incident, according to MSHP arrest reports.