Two socialite died after their car fell from a ferry in Miami

Two socialite, who traveled to the Fisher island in Miami, were killed when their Mercedes-Benz came with the car ferry.

75-year-old Vivian Brahms and 63-year-old driver Emma AFRA was found dead in the car.

The ferry operator told police that the car fell overboard, February 18, at around 4 PM. After a thorough search, authorities found a car that sank in the channel.

According to police, management ascertains the cause of death of women, and the U.S. Coast guard is investigating how the car fell over the side.

The representative of the Department confirmed that AFRA was arrested by police in Miami Deida in March 2018. Other details in connection with the incident at the moment.

In pictures obtained by Local 10 News from the ferry, seen the empty space and the barrier, which seems to be broken in front of the boat.

Women who died after a car fell off the Fisher Island Ferry identified

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Witness Robert Berg, who was captain Jillybird Fishing Charters, said that the ferry was opened at both the front and rear. As a lock there is only the chain that holds the cars and the people on Board.

The woman who opened the door at the home of Brahms, refused to talk to The Post.

«It’s a terrible tragedy,’ she said, closing the door. — I really have nothing more to say right now.»

The mansion of the deceased is estimated at $1.8 million.

Undated photo of Emma Afra and Viviane Brahms, the two women that were killed yesterday when their car fell off the Fisher Island ferry and into the water.

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Fisher Island Club accessible only by ferry or private yacht, «is considered one of the richest zip codes in the United States,» according to its web site.

«From the moment you Board the ferry, you are overtaken by a wave of tranquility,» — said on the website.