Three British Tourists Dead After Grand Canyon Helicopter Crash
A tour helicopter with seven people on board crashed into the Grand Canyon in Arizona late Saturday, killing three British tourists and injuring four others. The chopper, operated by Papillion Grand Canyon Helicopters, went down on the Hualapai Nation reservation near Quartermaster Canyon, authorities said. The four injured were described as level 1 trauma patients and were reportedly being treated at the scene, as the rugged terrain was hindering rescue efforts. Hualapai Police later named the three British tourists who died as Becky Dobson, 27, Jason Hill, 32, and Stuart Hill, 30. It's not yet clear what caused the crash.