Tourist who fell to his death taking selfie at Grand Canyon was a Macau man


A tourist who fell to his death at the Grand Canyon while trying to take a selfie was a man from Macau travelling with a Hong Kong tour group.

The Travel Industry Council of Hong Kong confirmed on Friday morning that the victim, believed to be in his 50s, was travelling with 11 others on a seven-day tour of the west coast in the US, including San Francisco, Las Vegas and Los Angeles – a trip he booked with Hong Thai Travel Services Limited in Hong Kong.

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