A 46-year-old Keyes man is lucky to be alive after his Jet Ski overturned in the middle of the Tuolumne River on Monday morning. Robert Barriaga clung to a branch in the middle of the river for 45 minutes to an hour before he was rescued, said Sgt. Jesus Sigala of the Stanislaus County SheriffÕs Department.
A 46-year-old Keyes man is lucky to be alive after his Jet Ski overturned in the middle of the Tuolumne River on Monday morning. Robert Barriaga clung to a branch in the middle of the river for 45 minutes to an hour before he was rescued, said Sgt. Jesus Sigala of the Stanislaus County SheriffÕs Department. Jim Silva jsilva@modbee.com
A 46-year-old Keyes man is lucky to be alive after his Jet Ski overturned in the middle of the Tuolumne River on Monday morning. Robert Barriaga clung to a branch in the middle of the river for 45 minutes to an hour before he was rescued, said Sgt. Jesus Sigala of the Stanislaus County SheriffÕs Department. Jim Silva jsilva@modbee.com

Keyes man rescued from Tuolumne River after Jet Ski stalls, overturns

March 20, 2017 01:26 PM

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