According to the Daily Mail of October 29, Yosemite National Park Authority spokesman Jamie Richards announced on the same day that the deceased couple were 29-year-old Bisanu Viswanas and 30-year-old Minaxi Moworth, an Indian citizen who had lived and worked in the United States for many years. Vis VanasWeb page shows him as a software engineer living in San Jose, California.
The couple are keen to write travel blogs, and two people have appeared in many famous scenic spots around the world. There are not only beautiful scenery, but also challenges roller coaster, parachute jumping and other stimulus projects, and sometimes express the Holiday and Happy Eternity of life insight. I have an insatiable impulse to run through my blood, to be fascinated by all the beauty that can be seen on this planet, and to try to experience the wonders of the unknown. We are now in the United States, and nine to five jobs are boring. Beautiful photos and jumping text won 11,800 fans for the couple, but the couples blog update ended on October 17.
The two went to Yosemite Park in California. In October 24th, their bodies were accidentally discovered by tourists, and the park keeper was immediately notified. The next day, the park dispatched the force to carry the body and sent it to the police for autopsy. According to reports, the two landing site is 914 meters high from the ground famous scenic spot Tuff characteristics, it is 3.5 kilometers long glacier walkway part. Standing on this cliff rock, you can enjoy the beauty of the Yosemite Canyon, but you have to be careful at your feet, because the railings are only a small part of Tafts character. The police speculated that the couple had stumble on the cliff when they took a romantic photo.
Park administrators say 10 people have died in Yosemite Park this year, six of them from falling cliffs and the rest from natural disasters. This article source: take a look at news Knews editor: Yang Yi _NBJ10647
Park administrators say 10 people have died in Yosemite Park this year, six of them from falling cliffs and the rest from natural disasters.