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Authorities say the body of a 19-year-old man who went missing while fishing along the Southeast Texas Gulf Coast has been found.
According to police, a 4-year-old girl and her father were hit by a boat while they were in the water at Temple Lake Park. Her father remains in serious condition.
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KENS 5 stated that the driver of the house boat, Jason Stuart Bernal, was arrested and booked into the Bell County Jail.
Temple police say the two were swimming when a recreational house boat ran over them.
His bond is set at $150,000.
Bernal claimed that he yelled "clear" before he put the boat in reverse, but no one answered him. She said that the boat was in full throttle while backing up.
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The papers quoted another female witness as saying that when the houseboat began to back up she shouted to Bernal to say there were people behind the boat.
A Temple police spokesperson told the Killeen Daily Herald that additional charges are possible.
KCEN-TV Legal Analyst Liz Mitchell said criminally negligent homicide is a state jail felony.
Organizations that assisted at the scene of the boating accident in Belton, Texas, were Texas Parks and Wildlife, crews from Morgan's Point Resort Dive Team and Police Department, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Temple Fire Department.
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