Colorado Springs Reporter Pulls Girl From Arkansas River


ANYTHING, THEY WILL CONTACT US. TAYLER ESSLINGER, ALSO A DETENTIONS DEPUTY FOR THE EAGLE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE. MAYBE IT WAS CLARK KENT, A REPORTER IN COLORADO SPRINGS HELPS PULL A 12-YEAR-OLD GIRL BACK INTO THE RAFT AFTER SHE FELL INTO THE ARKANSAS RIVER. HAPPY TO REPORT THE GIRL IS FINE, THE STATES RIVERS ARE RAGING RIGHT NOW AS THE EPIC SNOWPACK MELTS AWAY. MICHAEL ABEYTA ALONG THE BEAUTIFUL SAINT GRAIN IN BOULDER COUNTY. THAT HIGH WATER CAN MAKE FOR A WILD RIDE. Reporter: THESE ARE THE CONDITIONERS RAFTERS AND TUBERS HAVE BEEN HOPING AND PRAYING FOR, LOTS OF WATER IN THE COLORADO RIVERS AND CREEKS. IT HAS BEEN PRETTY DRY LAST YEAR, THAT AFFECTED THEIR BUSINESSES BUT RIGHT NOW, CONDITIONS MIGHT BE TOO GOOD. OUT ON COLORADO RIVERS, THERE’S A LOT OF WATER. IT SNOWED ON THE SOLSTICE. Reporter: IT IS WHAT RAFTERS HAVE BEEN PRAYING FOR IN PREDICTING, FAST-MOVING WATER. ‘S MEAT WE LOOKED AT A LOT OF SMILING FACES. Reporter: ALL THE RUNOFF FROM COLORADO WINTER AND SPRING MAKES FOR A FUN RIDE, IT CAN BE DANGEROUS IF YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT YOU’RE DOING. THIS IS A PRIME EXAMPLE. A REPORTER IN COLORADO SPRINGS WAS SHOOTING A STORY ABOUT RAFTING AND SOMEONE FELL INTO THE WATER. LIKELY, THEY WERE WITH THE PROFESSIONAL RAFTING OUTFIT AND TAUGHT THEM WHAT TO DO AN EMERGENCY BEFORE HAND. THIS IS ONE OF OUR 13 FOOT ON CLEAR CREEK — Reporter: BRUCE OWNS THE TOURING COMPANY IN MORRISON. THEY LOOK FOR TO A GREAT SEASON AND ARE WARNING HIGH WATER LEVELS ARE NOT FOR THE INEXPERIENCED. IF YOU’RE NOT A VETERAN RIVER RUNNER, ALWAYS GO WITH THE GUIDE. THEIR EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING, EVERYONE SHOULD BE SAFE AND HAVE A GOOD TIME. ALL MY GUIDES AND STAFF LOOK FORWARD TO IT. Reporter: IF YOU ARE GOING TO GET ON THE WATER, MAKE SURE YOU GO WITH SOMEBODY

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