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  • Video: Some still taking risks at Discovery Park despite river drownings

    As temperatures rise this week, many are gathering at Sacramento's Discovery Park where five people have drowned since June. Some people are wearing life preservers while others are going without them.

As temperatures rise this week, many are gathering at Sacramento's Discovery Park where five people have drowned since June. Some people are wearing life preservers while others are going without them. blyles@sacbee.com
As temperatures rise this week, many are gathering at Sacramento's Discovery Park where five people have drowned since June. Some people are wearing life preservers while others are going without them. blyles@sacbee.com

Despite drownings, some at Sacramento river beaches still taking risks

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