Caution urged at swimming holesJune 13,2013
With high water levels from recent rains, Vermont officials are again warning about dangerous conditions in rivers, streams and swimming holes.
Officials say swimming holes will have high water flows and dangerous currents and should be avoided or closely monitored.
If venturing out in a kayak or canoe, paddlers are advised to stay off the water if it looks “threatening or questionable.”
The rivers also have carried debris, such as large branches and trees into Lake Champlain, which can be dangerous to both boaters and swimmers.
Officials said Wednesday that the level of Lake Champlain is expected to rise to more 99 feet this weekend, which could affect docks and the clearance of boats under bridges.MORE IN This Just InDUXBURY — Crossett Brook Middle School in Duxbury is poised to get Vermont’s largest... Full StoryState police say the Exit 8 Southbound ramp on I-89 is closed due to a disabled tractor trailer;... Full Story
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