PAGOSA SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4)– A rafter became killed in the course of a guided rafting experience on the San Juan River. The girl, who has now not been identified, was killed while the economic raft flipped north of Pagosa Springs on Thursday morning.

According to the Durango Herald, the raft flipped just below the confluence of the West Fork of the San Juan River and the primary stem of the river.

That segment is taken into consideration a Class 4-Class 5 run jogging approximately 2,000 cubic toes consistent with 2d.

After the raft flipped, the woman become swept downstream, journeying approximately 3 miles in 15 to 20 minutes. She was wearing a non-public flotation device, a helmet and a wetsuit.

A guided boat stuck as much as the female and a manual started performing CPR on an island inside the river. She become surpassed to emergency responders but reported dead at Pagosa Springs Medical Center a short time later.

The female has not been recognized. The industrial rafting business has now not been identified.

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