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    Neuse River almost kills 6 Riders

    See below link: Same river that gouged my ski last year!

    http://www.wral.com/news/local/story/2796358/


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    Did you damage your ski on this same area by the dam ?

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    That needs to be fixed.

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    holy sheeit ! yea thats dangerous as hell...

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    i cant imagine riding over that. there was something similar to this just recently when 2 people on a pwc went over a dam, but it was a crucial drop and they were rolling probably 30's...its on video...i think youtube..

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    Thats our wonderful federal government.

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    Sadly anything these days it takes either a death or a serious accident to get someoneone to fix something or in this case put signs up warning that the river turns into a deadly little drop.

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    Heres the link for the other jetski that rode off falls on video
    http://www.myfoxdfw.com/myfox/pages/...Y&pageId=3.1.1

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    Quote Originally Posted by NCRXP View Post
    Did you damage your ski on this same area by the dam ?
    Nope I damaged mine following behind an RXP driven by Hoovermaneuver when a log/tree popped up in his wake in a hairpin turn in a narrow section of the river about 4-5 miles upstream from where "White Tail" landing is. Then the fun part of waiting for 45 days while the idiots @ Precision Body shop in Goldsboro screwed up 2 paint jobs. I had to call the Wayne County sheriff's office to get my ski outta their shop. It's so hard to find anyone worth a shit to work on your ski that's why I don't mind driving to see Bill @ WMF in Delaware. If you do ride the Neuse I think you outta talk to Travis or Hank @ Performance East in Goldsboro they know it better than most people.

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    what the hell is the point in even making something like that?instead of wasting the taxpayers money on shite like this, why dont they put the money and man power on helping some homeless people or helping some single mothers.how retarded it all is...
    its like putting a blind hairpin turn in the middle of a highway just for something to do?

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