So not quite the hero he was made out to be in the days following his fatal boat crash, via USA Today Sports:
Fernandez’s blood alcohol content was .147, according to the toxicology results included in the report by the Miami-Dade County. Florida law states a BAC of more than .08 is considered boating under the influence.
Cocaine was also found in the system of Rivero, who had a blood alcohol content of .065. Macias' BAC was .044. All three were found to have sustained blunt-force injuries to the head.
This is why you don't drink and do drugs while boating kids. Especially at night.