An Arizona woman mountaineering off path at Mather Level in Huge Canyon National Park became making an strive to defend shut photography when she fell to her dying, the park says.
Maria A. Salgado Lopez, 59, of Scottsdale, became mountaineering Friday afternoon when she by chance fell off the edge of Mather Level, the park acknowledged in a press release.
Park rangers responded and stumbled on her physique about 100 feet below the level’s rim.
“An investigation into the incident is being conducted by the National Park Provider and the Coconino County Medical Examiner’s Office,” the release acknowledged.
The park reminded guests all around the Fourth of July weekend of safety pointers.
“Huge Canyon National Park group lend a hand all guests to have a staunch toddle to this vacation weekend by staying on designated trails and walkways, continuously keeping a staunch distance from the edge of the rim, and staying in the back of railings and fences at overlooks,” the park acknowledged.