Body Found At Grand Canyon Believed To Be Missing Hungarian Tourist
Authorities say a body found at the Grand Canyon is believed to be that of a Hungarian man who was reported missing in July. Grand Canyon National Park officials said the body believed to be 45-year-old Gabor Berczi-Tomcsanyi was found Monday about 430 feet below the rim at Yavapai Point. A park spokesperson said the man was a Hungarian national who lived in Hong Kong and who was traveling in the U.S. Southwest. Officials said they believed he entered the park on or around July 19. His family reported him missing on July 29 to Las Vegas police.