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Fast, perilous currents keep Mokelumne River, recreation areas closed

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Posted: Monday, June 19, 2006 10:00 pm

Parks along the Mokelumne River will remain closed until the river slows to a more recreation-friendly pace.

Although the San Joaquin County Parks Department estimated the river would be open by mid-June, the combination of late spring storms and recent high temperatures in the Sierra Nevada have created more snow runoff than predicted, leaving the river unsafe for recreation.

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