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Police and Diane Nakamura urge caution during Neckao River float

"I took a look at the river and I started to cry," says Diane Nakamura (Photo: CBC/Wil Fundal)

A recent spike in drownings has officials urging caution during this weekend's unsanctioned Nechako River float.  This year, Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata speaks with Diane Nakamura who almost drowned while floating down a Prince George river.

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We also spoke to the organizers of the annual "Giant River Float" last year. You can hear that interview at Prince George river float attracts R.C.M.P.

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