Officials claimed that a tour bus crash in northern Arizona on Tuesday resulted in one fatality and over 50 injuries.
The bus overturned at Grand Canyon West in the Hualapai Reservation on Tuesday, August 1 at around 10 a.m., according to the Hualapai Nation Police Department. The Hualapai tribe is in charge of Grand Canyon West; the National Park Service is in charge of Grand Canyon National Park, which is run separately.
A private tour carrying 57 passengers and a different vehicle crashed close to the Grand Canyon West parking area, according to local Las Vegas station KTNV.
The tour bus’s flip-over claimed the life of one person. Regarding the person who passed away in the incident, officials have not released any information.
Eight more people were transported by airlift to a nearby hospital. The other injuries’ other specifics weren’t immediately disclosed.