NH MARINE PATROL WARNS OF DANGEROUS CONDITIONS AND URGES SAFETY

CONCORD, NH – The New Hampshire State Police Marine Patrol will promote safe water practices Wednesday during a press conference held in response to recent tragic events and dangerous water conditions across the State heading into a holiday weekend. 

 

Hazardous water conditions in the State include high waters, stronger than normal currents, poor water clarity with hidden potential hazards and cold water temperatures, Marine Patrol Capt. Timothy Dunleavy said. Representatives from other State agencies will also be present to discuss safe practices.

 

WHO:             Representatives from State Police Marine Patrol, State Police Operations Bureau, New Hampshire Fish and Game, Department of Resources and Economic Development Division of Parks and Recreation, and State life guards

 

WHERE:       The Douglas N. Everett Arena Boat Launch, 15 Loudon Road, Concord, NH

 

WHAT:          A press conference reviewing safe water and outdoor practices, highway safety, and boating safety

 

WHEN:          July 1, 2015, 9:30am

 

CONTACT:  Sgt. Josh Dirth, Marine Patrol, (603) 227-2115