Springtime storms in the Ozarks bring down trees and large limbs. Add flooding and it’s a formula for hazardous floating and boating conditions on Missouri waterways. Along the Niangua River, outfitters invest time and money to remove some of the debris that can make the river dangerous for boaters. Jack Glendenning with the Niangua River Outfitters said sometimes it can be a dangerous job….

He said there are some areas that will need heavy equipment…

Because there are places the debris removal teams can’t get to, it’s very important that everyone, especially children, wear a life jacket when on the water