On Saturday, August 14, 2021, a double-decker party boat capsized in Lake Conroe outside of Houston, Texas. The boat had over 50 people aboard. It got caught in bad weather and could not stay afloat. The vast majority of those onboard ended up in the water. Media reports indicated that at least two people were hospitalized due to the incident. One passenger required CPR.

The boat is believed to be the Lake Conroe Queen. The Lake Conroe Queen is a 60-passenger, double-decker sternwheeler paddleboat that began public and private cruises in June 2021. The boat is a reproduction of an 1860s riverboat. The Lake Conroe Queen was built in 1986 in Michigan and was transported down to Lake Conroe in June 2021.

Boating accidents can be horrifying and traumatic. The cause of boating accidents must be investigated thoroughly to understand who is at fault. If you or a loved one were involved in the boating accident of the Lake Conroe Queen on Lake Conroe on Saturday, August 14, 2021, you need a boating accident lawyer who can help guide you.

Contact the Potts Law Firm for a free initial consultation from a boating accident lawyer by calling (888) 420-1299 or emailing us at [email protected].


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