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It’s Warmer But Stay Out Of The Canals

Irrigation water season for farmers also means a reminder to not consider cooling off in the canals, as the weather warms up. But Nevada Irrigation District Public Information Officer, Tomi Riley, says it’s always been a temptation for swimming, canoeing, kayaking, and tubing…

click to listen to Tomi Riley

Riley says canal sides are extremely slick, making it difficult to get out. Also, keep pets away and dogs on leashes, among other warnings…

click to listen to Tomi Riley

And if someone does fall in, NID urges you not to jump in to save that person. You should try to reach out with your hand or an object, or throw anything buoyant in the water.

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