By Denise Koch

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Ordered to pay up. It’s been nearly two years since former state delegate Don Dwyer’s drunken boating accident that left several people hurt.

Now WJZ has learned he’ll have to fork over thousands of dollars to one of those victims.

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Denise Koch reports.

Court records show Don Dwyer is being ordered to pay nearly $92,000 in a lawsuit stemming from his boating accident.

According to our media partner, The Baltimore Sun, the money is going to one of the victims–Earl Mitchell–for medical bills and pain and suffering.

Mitchell was on board the boat that Dwyer’s powerboat collided with on the Magothy River back in August, 2012. Eight people, including children, were hurt in that crash.

Dwyer admitted to being intoxicated. His blood alcohol level was three times the legal limit.

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In a candid interview two years ago, Mary Bubala spoke with Dwyer about the accident and his battle with alcohol.

Bubala: “Are you an alcoholic?”

Dwyer: “When you get to the point that you were struggling at the level that I was and using alcohol in the way that I was, clearly I had a problem that needed to be addressed.”

Dwyer was convicted of drunken boating and convicted of drunken driving in a separate incident that happened in 2013.

He was sentenced to 30 days in jail for each conviction–a total of 60 days behind bars.

Dwyer, a Republican from Pasadena, was defeated in the June 2014 Republican primary.

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According to his profile on the professional networking site LinkedIn, the former delegate is working as an elder care patient advocate for Anne Arundel Health Advocates.