Local Long Island NY Media is reporting a fatal boating accident in Long Island Sound. The article indicates that a 34 Silverton with 27 people aboard rolled over as a result of wakes. The brother of the boats owner is quoted as saying the boat was not overloaded. From Newsday.com: Three people were killed when the boat they were riding in capsized in the Long Island Sound near Lloyd Harbor after a Fourth of July fireworks display, police said. Two dozen others were rescued after the 34-foot Silverton capsized shortly after 10 p.m. Wednesday between Centre Island and Caumsett State Historic Park, authorities said. Nassau Police Deputy Insp. Kenneth Lack said early Thursday preliminary indications are the cabin cruiser capsized from the wake of other boats, an account supported by eyewitnesses from another boat that picked up many of those thrown into the waters. In all, 27 people had been on the boat, police said. At the yacht club, one man, who did not identify himself, said his brother, the boat's owner, was very experienced on the waters and other experienced boaters were on board with their family. He said the boat was not overloaded. "It's a big boat," he said, adding that the weather was not a factor. He said all of the people on board ended up in the water.