Rafters make their way through the course at the U.S. National Whitewater Center earlier this year. Going into the July 4 weekend, normally one of its busiest weekends of the year, the center says it’s doing everything it can to ensure its facilities are safe following the death of a teenager who visited recently. But it warned that risk is impossible to eliminate altogether.
Rafters make their way through the course at the U.S. National Whitewater Center earlier this year. Going into the July 4 weekend, normally one of its busiest weekends of the year, the center says it’s doing everything it can to ensure its facilities are safe following the death of a teenager who visited recently. But it warned that risk is impossible to eliminate altogether. David T. Foster III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com
Rafters make their way through the course at the U.S. National Whitewater Center earlier this year. Going into the July 4 weekend, normally one of its busiest weekends of the year, the center says it’s doing everything it can to ensure its facilities are safe following the death of a teenager who visited recently. But it warned that risk is impossible to eliminate altogether. David T. Foster III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com

Fear could be bad for business at U.S. National Whitewater Center

June 30, 2016 06:00 AM