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ADVANCE FOR USE SATURDAY, MARCH 10, AND THEREAFTER - In this Feb. 26, 2018 photo, a sign at the top of a Susquehanna River overlook warns visitors not to throw items from the vista because they might hit people using a section of the 14-mile Northwest Lancaster County River Trail below that opened in October 2016, in Chickies Rock County Park in Columbia, Pa. For private and public managers of natural areas working to keep natural landmarks open and accessible, yet safe for the public and uncluttered by signs and fences, the threat of liability is always in the background despite a Pennsylvania law aimed at protecting those who provide public recreation. (Blaine Shahan /LNP via AP)

ADVANCE FOR USE SATURDAY, MARCH 10, AND THEREAFTER - In this Feb. 26, 2018 photo, a sign at the top of a Susquehanna River overlook warns visitors not to throw items from the vista because they might hit people using a section of the 14-mile Northwest Lancaster County River Trail below that opened in October 2016, in Chickies Rock County Park in Columbia, Pa. For private and public managers of natural areas working to keep natural landmarks open and accessible, yet safe for the public and uncluttered by signs and fences, the threat of liability is always in the background despite a Pennsylvania law aimed at protecting those who provide public recreation. (Blaine Shahan /LNP via AP)

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