A Eugene man was missing after two boats collided at the Lake of the Ozarks late Saturday night.

According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, a downstream 1990 Formula driven by 37-year-old Bradley Siebeneck of Holts Summit collided with an upstream 2002 Formula driven by 59-year-old Kelly S. Wise of Atlantic, Iowa at the four-mile mark of the Osage arm of the lake at 10 p.m. June 29 in Miller County.

Wise suffered minor injuries and was transported to Lake Regional Hospital by EMS.

Tammy Wise of Atlantic, Iowa suffered moderate injuries and was also transported to Lake Regional Hospital by EMS.

42-year-old Brian D. Basham of Eldon suffered minor injuries and was transported to Lake Regional Hospital by EMS.

Siebeneck suffered minor injuries and was transported to Lake Regional Hospital by EMS.

37-year-old Nathan Sneller of Jeff City suffered serious injuries and was transported to Lake Regional Hospital by EMS, and later flown to University Hospital.

Missing was 39-year-old Jason C. Russell of Eugene. A dive team was sent to the location on Sunday morning.

A total of 10 Troopers were on scene.

Both boats had extensive damage and were towed from the scene.

Kelly Wise was arrested at 11:30 p.m. Saturday night for boating while intoxicated. He was taken to the Miller County Jail.

UPDATE: According to the MSHP, Russell's body was recovered by divers at 4:30 p.m. in approximately 80 feet of water. His family has been notified.

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