306.141. 1. A person commits the crime of leaving the scene of a vessel accident if:
(1) The person is an operator of a vessel on a waterway;
(2) The person knows that an injury was caused to another person or to the property of another person, due to the person's action, whether purposefully, negligently or accidentally; and
(3) The person leaves the place of the injury, damage, or accident without stopping and giving the following information to the other party or to a water patrol officer or other law enforcement officer or, if no officer is in the vicinity, then without delay to the nearest police station or judicial officer:
(a) The operator's name;
(b) The operator's residence, including city and street number;
(c) The vessel registration number; and
(d) The operator's license number for any license issued under chapter 302.
2. Leaving the scene of a vessel accident is a class A misdemeanor, unless:
(1) The defendant has previously pled guilty to, or been found guilty of, a violation of this section; or
(2) The accident resulted in physical injury to another person. In which cases, leaving the scene of a vessel accident is a class D felony.