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They take off from Sunrise bridge on Rafting Gone Wild day

Sacramento area residents flocked to the American River for the annual Rafting Gone Wild outing despite an alcohol ban during the event that's been in effect for a few years now. Some estimates put the number of people hitting the waterway at over 8,000.
Autumn Payne The Sacramento Bee
They take off from Sunrise bridge on Rafting Gone Wild day 0:13

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