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Local boaters share safety concerns

12:02 AM, Jun. 30, 2013
DeVon and Sandy Anderson push off from the Lake Nepco County Park boat ramp in their canoe Friday. The Andersons have been boating for more than 42 years. DeVon said canoers should not paddle into wakes to avoid tipping over.
DeVon and Sandy Anderson push off from the Lake Nepco County Park boat ramp in their canoe Friday. The Andersons have been boating for more than 42 years. DeVon said canoers should not paddle into wakes to avoid tipping over.
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Sandy and DeVon Anderson lived on Lake Camelot for 42 years. In that time, Sandy said most of the accidents on the lake involved drunken boaters.

"After they'd collide, cans would be all over," she said.

DeVon said he remembered only a few accidents during the time the couple lived on the lake in Adams County south of Wisconsin Rapids. On Friday, Sandy, 75, and DeVon, 80, pushed their canoe into Lake Nepco for the first time in the two years since they moved to Wisconsin Rapids. ...

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