Grand Canyon National Park watercraft capsizes, killing 1 and injuring several.

Over the weekend, a motorboat capsized in the Grand Canyon, killing one person and injuring numerous others. Just after 2:00 p.m., the Grand Canyon park's authorities received a complaint of a "flipped watercraft."

according to a service tweet. SAR was sent. Ronald Vanderlugt, 67, was discovered lifeless by rafters, the park service reported.

The Grand Canyon Regional Communications Center was told CPR was given. The park service claimed rangers tried resuscitation but failed.

Four non-critical patients were airlifted to South Rim Helibase. 

On his fifth day of a paid river expedition, Vanderlugt entered Bedrock Rapid at about mile 131, according to the authorities. This river segment is deemed dangerous and ruthless by numerous rafting websites.

After losing consciousness and falling 200 feet from a cliff in the park at the end of August, a 57-year-old hiker from Arizona died over Labor Day weekend.

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