Police have recovered the body of the a fourth victim killed in a late Friday boat collision in Miami, The Miami Herald reports. 

Officials say two victims were confirmed dead Friday night, following the three-boat crash that happened near the Miami neighborhood of Dinner Key. The incident happened at 10:45 p.m.

Two more bodies were recovered from the water by rescuers Saturday morning.

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission spokesman Jorge Pino said one large boat and two “open-fisherman-style” boats were involved in the collision. However, it isn’t yet known what exactly caused the accident.

At least nine people were injured in the crash. The boats were removed from the water and all three are being held by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission for investigation.

Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officials said the victims’ names will not be released until all family members are notified.