Officials Saying Alcohol Was Factor In Jose Fernandez's Fatal Boat Crash
Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
A month later, Investigators have determined that alcohol was likely a factor in Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez and two of his friends' fatal boating accident. Per Miami Herald...

Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez and two of his friends who perished in a violent boat crash off of South Beach last month all had a strong odor of alcohol on them when their bodies were recovered by divers, according to a search warrant affidavit obtained by the Miami Herald.

The toxicology tests for the young men are complete but have not been released by state investigators, citing an exemption in the public records law for open criminal investigations. Nor have the autopsies been released.
Such a shame, man.
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hate to say im not shocked.. sad situation, dude could have been a hall of famer
Reply54 months
I thought alcohol was required on a boat?
Reply54 months
If you're out on a badass boat with friends and not drinking cold beer then you are doing it wrong.
Reply54 months
i dont think i've run into anyone out on a boat who wasn't drunk.
Reply54 months
The jetty agrees with this comment.
54 months
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