Kuskokwim ice not thick enough for auto travel

BETHEL — It may be that time of the year where you need to keep your automobiles off the Kuskokwim River.

KYUK reports the river ice is melting enough that conditions could be dangerous for heavy vehicles.

Kwethluk village public safety officer Max Olick says the river is not safe enough for autos, and he urged caution when people are traveling.

If people do intend to travel on the river, they should inform others of their travel plans.

He says there is standing water on the river and pot holes.

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