Poudre Fire Authority is refuting a story that was published by a Denver metro-area news outlet on June 18, 2014. PFA claims that the story contains misinformation and mischaracterizes the events that took place during a recent incident on the Poudre River that left two people dead.
About two weeks ago the City of Fort Collins prohibited the operation of any single-chambered, air-inflated devices on the Poudre within Fort Collins city limits due to dangerous conditions on the river. Although the river is still "dangerous," the ban has been lifted.
UPDATE: The 25-year-old female rafter pulled from the Cache la Poudre River in the Poudre Canyon this afternoon was pronounced dead at the hospital.The identity of the woman and the manner of her death are being withheld until the family can be notified. The names, ages and hometowns of her companions were not available.
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