Ayson Channita, top, jumps into the San Joaquin River with Samantha Channita watching in the background at Wildwood Native Park below Freeway 41 bridges on a hot Sunday, Aug.14, 2016 near Fresno.
Ayson Channita, top, jumps into the San Joaquin River with Samantha Channita watching in the background at Wildwood Native Park below Freeway 41 bridges on a hot Sunday, Aug.14, 2016 near Fresno. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com
Ayson Channita, top, jumps into the San Joaquin River with Samantha Channita watching in the background at Wildwood Native Park below Freeway 41 bridges on a hot Sunday, Aug.14, 2016 near Fresno. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com

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