Rafters float along the Merced River in Yosemite National Park with Half Dome in the distance in this June 2014. The river is running stronger now thanks to runoff from melting snow. A search is underway to find an Oakhurst man who went rafting on Monday and then separated from his group.
Rafters float along the Merced River in Yosemite National Park with Half Dome in the distance in this June 2014. The river is running stronger now thanks to runoff from melting snow. A search is underway to find an Oakhurst man who went rafting on Monday and then separated from his group. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee file photo
Rafters float along the Merced River in Yosemite National Park with Half Dome in the distance in this June 2014. The river is running stronger now thanks to runoff from melting snow. A search is underway to find an Oakhurst man who went rafting on Monday and then separated from his group. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee file photo

Rafter missing in Yosemite after floating down Merced River

June 08, 2016 03:27 PM

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