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  • American River water running higher, Discovery Park beach swallowed up

    With spillways opening this week, American River flows from Folsom to the confluence with the Sacramento River are higher. Some access points are closed to vehicular traffic and the beach at Discovery Park has been swallowed up by a wider river still well within its banks.

American River water running higher, Discovery Park beach swallowed up

With spillways opening this week, American River flows from Folsom to the confluence with the Sacramento River are higher. Some access points are closed to vehicular traffic and the beach at Discovery Park has been swallowed up by a wider river still well within its banks.
Bill Lindelof The Sacramento Bee