Davis County Search and Rescue warns residents of fast-moving rivers due to snowpack

Video still courtesy: Davis County Sheriff's Search and Rescue

DAVIS COUNTY, Utah, June 3, 2019 (Gephardt Daily) — Davis County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue is warning residents to be careful around fast-moving rivers and springs this spring.

A Facebook post Monday from Davis County SAR said: “The sun is out and making short work of the remaining snowpack. So the rivers are booming. Keep your little people on a short leash around the rivers. The water is fast and will kill. Please be extra safe around the water if you’re camping or close to the streams and rivers.”

The post also warns people to take extra care when they have their pets around rivers and streams.

Greetings. The sun is out and making short work of the remaining snowpack. So the rivers are booming. Keep your little people on a short leash around the rivers. The water is fast and will kill. Please be extra safe around the water if your camping or close to the streams and rivers. This goes for your puppies too!

Posted by Davis County Sheriff's Search and Rescue on Monday, June 3, 2019

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