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Man Dead after July 4th Boating Accident on Snake River

According to Jackson Hole News and Guide, Teton County has identified the 22-year-old downing victim who died in a floating incident on the Snake River in Jackson, WY on Monday afternoon as Hector Bedolla-Zarate. The incident occurred in the area between the South Park and Astoria boat ramps near a feature called King’s wave. Bedolla-Zarate was separated from his group of linked inner tubers when three of their rafts flipped somewhere upriver from where he was found. Bedolla-Zarate was recovered by a group of paddleboarders who began performing CPR on him and called 911. Chief advisor of Teton County Search and Rescue Cody Lockhart reported that Bedolla-Zarate was not wearing a life vest and was presumably held under the strong eddy line below the Boy Scout Camp. Bedolla-Zarate was a Jackson local who graduated from Jackson Hole High. We offer the Bedolla-Zarate family and all who are affected by this incident our deepest condolences.

If you are planning to spend a day on one of our rivers, please remember that they are cold, swift and can be quite dangerous. It is always advisable to bring the appropriate safety gear, most importantly a personal flotation device. Please stay safe and enjoy our nature responsibly!

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