South Florida realtor killed in South Beach boat crash

Elisaine Colgan and her husband bought and sold investment properties

Apr.April 22, 2019 05:30 PM

Christopher Colgan and Elisaine Colgan (Credit: Facebook)

A South Florida real estate agent was among those killed in a boat crash in South Beach on Saturday night.

Elisaine Colgan, with Lokation Real Estate, formerly the K Company Realty, and her husband, Christopher Colgan, died after the boat they were on flipped on Government Cut, according to the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission.

Elisaine, 38, and her husband, 56, worked together buying and selling investment properties, said Lokation Real Estate broker Jonathan Lickstein. Elisaine worked for Lokation out of its Pompano Beach office for more than three years, according to Lickstein.

“[She was] just a truly caring individual who sometimes gave up her own benefits and her own motivations to benefit those she was working with,” he said.

The couple and a third passenger, Jennifer Y Munoz Cadavid, were found dead. Their boat crashed in the same area where Marlins pitcher José Fernández died in a boat crash in 2016.

A fourth passenger, Troy Forte of Juno Beach, survived and is in stable condition, according to the Miami Herald.

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