Animas River too high, too cold to raft without life jackets

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Animas River too high, too cold to raft without life jackets

Durango Fire called to water rescue, but individuals had self-rescued
Durango Rivertrippers & Adventure Tours guide Galen Guillory, right, makes sure all passengers have their personal flotation devices on properly before a trip down the Animas River during a June 20, 2015, outing. The Durango Fire Protection District is warning people that the water in the Animas is too high and too cold to be on the river without life jackets.

Animas River too high, too cold to raft without life jackets

Durango Rivertrippers & Adventure Tours guide Galen Guillory, right, makes sure all passengers have their personal flotation devices on properly before a trip down the Animas River during a June 20, 2015, outing. The Durango Fire Protection District is warning people that the water in the Animas is too high and too cold to be on the river without life jackets.
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