September 28, 2012
A guide from the Hudson River Rafting Company takes clients down the Hudson River in North River May 5, 2012 during the White Water Derby.
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The Hudson River Rafting Company, based in North Creek, can resume guiding trips under certain restrictions according to a ruling handed down by the State Supreme Court in Johnstown.
A Hamilton County judge Feb. 1 sentenced a North Creek whitewater rafting guide to one year in jail for negligible homicide after a woman died during a rafting trip in September.
A Hamilton County grand jury Thursday, Jan. 17 found the owner of the Hudson River Rafting Company not guilty on two criminal charges.
The owner of the Hudson River Rafting Company faces additional charges of reckless endangerment. Patrick Cunningham, of North Creek, was charged with two counts of reckless endangerment Tuesday, Dec. 11 in Hamilton County Court.
A state Supreme Court judge Friday, Oct. 19 officially prohibited the Hudson River Rafting Company and its owner, Patrick Cunningham of North Creek, from operating a rafting business until charges from the state attorney general have been addressed.
Attorney general made request after recent rafting death
A state Supreme Court judge Thursday, Oct. 11 issued a temporary restraining order against the Hudson River Rafting Company exactly two weeks after a woman died during one of the company’s rafting trips.
Guide believed to be intoxicated
On Sept. 27, at approximately noon, New York State Police from Indian Lake and Ray Brook responded to Chain Lakes Road in the town of Indian Lake for a report of a missing rafter. New York State Department of Environmental Conservation personnel, as well as members of the Hamilton County Sheriffs Department, Indian Lake rescue squad, and Indian Lake Fire Department also responded to assist in the investigation.