Alaska Statutes.
Title 5. Amusements and Sports
Chapter 25. Watercraft
Section 30. Boat Collisions, Accidents, and Casualties. [See Delayed Amendment Note]..
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AS 05.25.030. Boat Collisions, Accidents, and Casualties. [See Delayed Amendment Note]..

(a) The operator of a boat involved in a collision, accident, or casualty shall

(1) render assistance as is practicable and necessary to save other persons from danger or to minimize the danger to other persons to the extent that the operator can do so without serious danger to the operator's boat, crew, and passengers; and

(2) give the operator's name, address, and identification number of the operator's boat in writing to each person injured in the collision, accident, or casualty and to the owner of property damaged in the collision, accident, or casualty.

(b) For the purpose of gathering boating accident statistics, the operator of a boat involved in a collision, accident, or casualty that results in death or injury to a person, or damage to property in excess of $500 for each incident, shall file a report with the Department of Public Safety on or before the 20th day after the incident. The Department of Public Safety shall prepare a form for the report and make the form available to other agencies and to the public.

(c) In response to a request from an authorized official or agency of the United States, a law enforcement agency, or in compliance with United States Coast Guard regulations, the Department of Public Safety shall provide statistical information compiled or otherwise available to the Department of Public Safety from the reports required under (b) of this section.

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