Arizona The remains are believed to be of Brooklyn man Scott Walsh, 56, who was last seen on the Grand Canyon South Rim in 2015. Skeletal remains and Clothes Hidden from the natural environment. DNA testing to confirm identity The body.
Another unexpected find in a helicopter search for another missing passenger, Hungarian Gabor Berzi-Tomskani. Berzi-Tomsky went missing in July.
“In the searches we find people we don’t expect at once,” Grand Canyon EMT and prevention search and rescue ranger Joel Byrd said Wednesday. “We weren’t looking for him, and he’s not really on our radar.”
Friends reported that Berzi-Tomskani was missing. In August, police found his car in the parking lot of Canyon, where his body was found days later, 130 meters below the rim at Yapai Point. Since the crash was a death, it is not clear whether it was accidental.
An additional body was found in a Pipe Creek detachment a few miles away from where Walsh’s backpack was found in 2015 – including his name written on it and a jacket with a Walsh driver’s license. The circumstances of Walsh’s death are still unknown. Park has tried to contact the Walsh family, but has so far failed. His friends have been notified of the discovery.
Numerous remains have been found over the years in the vast Grand Canyon National Park. The area covers 1,904 square miles – much larger than Hong Kong, Luxembourg, Bahrain, Barbados and Monaco.
Eight more were found in Grand Canyon, all reported missing in the last 10 years. In an average year, 12 people die in the Grand Canyon, causing deaths from accidental falls and dehydration to plane crashes.