378.05  REPORTING A COLLISION OR ACCIDENT.
   In case of accident to or collision with persons or property upon the waters of the Village, due to the operation of any watercraft, the operator having knowledge of the accident or collision shall immediately stop the watercraft at the scene of the accident or collision, to the extent that it is safe and practical, and shall remain at the scene of the accident or collision until he has given his name and address and , if he is not the owner, the name and address of the owner of the watercraft, together with the registration number of the watercraft, if any, to any person injured in the accident or collision or to the operator, occupant, owner, or attendant of any watercraft damaged in the accident or collision, or to any law enforcement officer at the scene of the accident or collision.
   If the injured person is unable to comprehend and record the information required to be given by this section, the other operator involved in the accident or collision shall forthwith notify the Police Department of the accident or collision, and his name, address, and the registration number, if any, of the watercraft he was operating, and then remain at the scene of the accident or collision or at the nearest location from which notification is possible until a police officer arrives, unless removed from the scene by an emergency vehicle operated by the state or by an ambulance.
   If the accident or collision is with an unoccupied or unattended watercraft the operator so colliding with the watercraft or vessel shall securely attach the information required to be given in this section, in writing, to a conspicuous place in or on the unoccupied or unattended watercraft or vessel.
(Ord. 2632.  Passed 9-18-91.)