Warning signs have now been placed in the area where a Paragould woman recently drown in the Spring River. According to a post by Scott Rose from the Hardy PD the warnings were put out today.
Scott Rose said in his post â€œHere are photos of the area of the waterfall where we recently had a tragic loss of life. Banners were made and placed in two locations one just in front of the danger area and another Upper River to warn folks. â€œ
â€œSharp County Judges office Judge Gene Moore & Jermy Langston are working vigorously with State authorities who regulate this river and attempting to come up with a solution to remove this dangerous hole properly and legally. â€œ
Â Â Â Â Â Â â€œIt is my understanding that the Arkansas department of environmental quality and Arkansas Corps of Engineers are the two main divisions who regulates what takes place on the river so I do believe thatâ€™s who is being coordinated with to make this happen. In the meantime please be aware that the river is a great place to come to and enjoy but you must respect it And know that water is very powerful.Â Â Waterfalls are a prime area for holes to be forced into the rock bed through cracks and crevices and eventually become large enough to swallow a human. â€œ
Scott Rose Photos