Today I ran Pumphouse to State Bridge with my wife and my dad. Several people flipped on the Needle. On Yarmony rapid, at least four boats in a row flipped in front of us. We saw two children swim in serious whitewater and get rescued with throw lines, the youngest was about five years old. We saw one woman who had teeth knocked out and a fairly serious leg wound from flipping in Yarmony. We carried a person and her ducky who lost her paddle to the takeout. We righted a boat lost by another party and reunited it with its crew. We recovered an oar, two paddles, a fishing rod and saw lots of other debris that we were not able to recover. While the Upper C is a great family float at lower levels, please consider your ability level and your passengers before attempting to run it above 5,000 cfs. If you have any question about the current conditions or your ability to run it at this level, please err on the side of caution and consider waiting to run the Upper C until after runoff.