The observer plunged into death from a rock in the Grand Canyon this week, bringing deaths to three pairs in the last eight days.
On Wednesday afternoon, the park's officers were reported that a man had fallen from the province, according to a statement issued by the National Park Service released Thursday. Rangers found the body of a 67-year-old man 400 feet below the Southern Territory in the village of Grand Canyon.
The National Park Service staff and the local medical expert's office are still studying the death of the tourist. His personality has not yet been released.
On March 28, another visitor came in during photography. A tourist from Hong Kong fell for a 1
Two days ago, on March 26, authorities have forest territory near the tourist trail.
A National Park Service spokesman said Wednesday's death was "the first death" in the Grand Canyon National Park this year; death in March occurred outside the national park
In 2018, the Grand Canyon National Park attracted almost 6.4 million guests, a record number. Last year, 17 deaths were the most popular tourist destination.
Death on Wednesday prompted visitors from the Service of National Parks. In an announcement released Thursday, the agency recalled: "Visit a safe visit, stopping on special trails and tracks, always staying at a safe distance from the rim of the rim and behind the fences and fences on the reviews"