On Sunday morning, officials from Florida Fish and Wildlife, the Miami Police Department and the U.S. Coast Guard held a press conference addressing the boat accident that killed Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez.

Here's what you need to know about the press conference's revelations.

The accident was discovered around 3 a.m.

As originally reported, Miami-Dade Fire Rescue found the boat -- which belonged to a friend of Fernandez -- just after 3 a.m. The boat was overturned on the rocks and three bodies were subsequently discovered on board, including Fernandez's. The cause of death was attributed to the impact of collision, as opposed to drowning.

No indication that drugs or alcohol were involved

Officials stated that there was no reason to believe drugs or alcohol played a role in the accident -- rather, that speed was the likely perpetrator. Autopsies will be conducted to confirm that belief.

The other victims were not Marlins players

Although names are being withheld until families can be notified, we do know some information about the others killed in the accident. Both were males in their mid-to-late 20s who were close friends of Fernandez's. It's worth noting that Fernandez's pregnant girlfriend was not on board.