Mackenzie Wilson, right, of Sacramento and Chris Paul of Arizona mud-wrestle for fun Saturday on Gilligan’s Island, a small spot of land across from Ancil Hoffman Park. Sacramento County rangers enforced an alcohol ban along the American River on Saturday in response to a plan by Rafting Gone Wild to hold one of its raucous events. Three people have drowned in the American and Sacramento rivers in the past two weeks – heightening concern about safety.
Mackenzie Wilson, right, of Sacramento and Chris Paul of Arizona mud-wrestle for fun Saturday on Gilligan’s Island, a small spot of land across from Ancil Hoffman Park. Sacramento County rangers enforced an alcohol ban along the American River on Saturday in response to a plan by Rafting Gone Wild to hold one of its raucous events. Three people have drowned in the American and Sacramento rivers in the past two weeks – heightening concern about safety. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.con
Mackenzie Wilson, right, of Sacramento and Chris Paul of Arizona mud-wrestle for fun Saturday on Gilligan’s Island, a small spot of land across from Ancil Hoffman Park. Sacramento County rangers enforced an alcohol ban along the American River on Saturday in response to a plan by Rafting Gone Wild to hold one of its raucous events. Three people have drowned in the American and Sacramento rivers in the past two weeks – heightening concern about safety. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.con

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July 11, 2015 7:06 PM

Rangers crack down at Rafting Gone Wild event on American River

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