‘My f******* girlfriend is gone’: Audio sheds more light on boat crash that killed Mallory

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Audio recordings shed more light on 2019 boat crash that killed Mallory Beach

“Do ya’ll know Alex Murdaugh?” a person on the boat asks law enforcement. “That’s his son. Good luck.”

Above: Hear excerpts from the aftermath of the 2019 boat crashFebruary 24, 2019Investigators say Paul Murdaugh was driving a boat under the influence with five other teenagers, including Mallory Beach, when he crashed into a bridge near Parris Island.Beach was gone.Authorities, search teams, friends and family searched for an entire week. TIMELINE: The Murdaugh MurdersBeach’s body was found on March 3, 2019 in a marsh area near the Broad River boat landing.Later that month, her family filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Alex Murdaugh, Buster Murdaugh, plus Parkers convenience store, who sold Paul the alcohol the night of the crash.April 18, 2019 would have been Mallory’s 20th birthday. It was also the day that Paul was indicted for boating under the influence causing death and two counts of boating under the influence causing great bodily injury.Paul pleaded not guilty to all charges.The court ordered mediation in the wrongful death lawsuit failed on June 4, 2021, meaning the case would then head to trial.Just 3 days later, Paul and his mother Maggie are found shot to death at their family hunting lodge.

Above: Hear excerpts from the aftermath of the 2019 boat crash

February 24, 2019

Investigators say Paul Murdaugh was driving a boat under the influence with five other teenagers, including Mallory Beach, when he crashed into a bridge near Parris Island.

Beach was gone.

Authorities, search teams, friends and family searched for an entire week.

TIMELINE: The Murdaugh Murders

Beach’s body was found on March 3, 2019 in a marsh area near the Broad River boat landing.

Later that month, her family filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Alex Murdaugh, Buster Murdaugh, plus Parkers convenience store, who sold Paul the alcohol the night of the crash.

April 18, 2019 would have been Mallory’s 20th birthday.

It was also the day that Paul was indicted for boating under the influence causing death and two counts of boating under the influence causing great bodily injury.

Paul pleaded not guilty to all charges.

The court ordered mediation in the wrongful death lawsuit failed on June 4, 2021, meaning the case would then head to trial.

Just 3 days later, Paul and his mother Maggie are found shot to death at their family hunting lodge.

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