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Public asked not to swim, kayak on Mokelumne River

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Posted: Saturday, July 2, 2011 12:00 am

The San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Department and the county Parks and Recreation Department urge people to not swim or kayak in the Mokelumne River downstream from Camanche Dam until further notice because of dangerous conditions.

Due to Tuesday’s storm and late-season snowstorms in the Sierra Nevada mountains, Mokelumne River water is running extremely fast from Clements to the Delta, and the water temperature is below 60 degrees.

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