One individual died and several other others have been injured when a ship flipped on a business river on the Colorado River in Grand Canyon Nationwide Park.
In response to a park launch, the accident occurred slightly after 2 p.m. Saturday.
“Ronald Vanderlugt, 67, entered the river at Bedrock Fast, Colorado River mile 131,” mentioned the discharge, which did not embrace a hometown for Vanderlugt. “Members of the group pulled him out of the water, famous he was unresponsive, and started CPR. Park rangers have been flown into the placement with the park helicopter and all resuscitation efforts have been unsuccessful. A further 4 sufferers in non-critical situation have been handled and flown to the South Rim helibase. Vanderlugt was on day 5 of a multi-day business river journey.”