MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The Miami Beach Commission has once again requested that the U.S. Coast Guard conduct a safety waterway analysis and management system review of the Government Cut inlet, following a second deadly boating accident that claimed the lives of three people.

Christopher and Elisaine Colgan, 28-year-old Jennifer Munoz Cadavid were killed when Colgan’s 32-foot center console boat slammed into Government Cut’s north jetty. Troy Forte, 37, was seriously injured in the crash.

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The crash happened Saturday around 9:30 p.m. They were celebrating Elisaine’s birthday – she would have turned 39 on Sunday.

The crash happened in the same area where Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez and two others died in a boat crash in September of 2016.

“Something must be done—six lives have been lost in less than three years in the same area,” said Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber.

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The Miami Beach City Commission in the past has called for additional lights on the jetty.

In a statement, the U.S. Coast Guard said that after a thorough 2017 study, the Captain of the Port of Miami determined that the current, color-coded buoys at the mouth of Government were sufficient and said additional lights would interfere with existing aids.

Another study in 2015 also said the current buoys were sufficient.

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The Coast Guard urges boaters to follow the speed limit and navigational rules.