These people enjoy a section of the Kern River with Class III rapids, as shown in this 2010 photo. A five-person group capsized while rafting without life vests on the Kern on Friday and had to be rescued. All were accounted for, including an infant.
These people enjoy a section of the Kern River with Class III rapids, as shown in this 2010 photo. A five-person group capsized while rafting without life vests on the Kern on Friday and had to be rescued. All were accounted for, including an infant. Kern River Outfitters
These people enjoy a section of the Kern River with Class III rapids, as shown in this 2010 photo. A five-person group capsized while rafting without life vests on the Kern on Friday and had to be rescued. All were accounted for, including an infant. Kern River Outfitters

Five people, including infant, rescued from Kern River

June 04, 2016 05:25 PM

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