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Drones used in Grand Canyon search for missing hikers

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With its steep cliffs, nearly 2,000 square miles and mesmerizing views, the Grand Canyon can be as dangerous as it is captivating.
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News video: Grand Canyon Officials Still Searching For Missing Hikers

Grand Canyon Officials Still Searching For Missing Hikers 00:39

According to the National Park ServicetThe remote area at the bottom of the Grand Canyon where 3,500 backpackers each year go to hike is where searchers are in a fourth day trying to find a missing woman and a teenager. Tapeats Creek, where Lou-Ann Merrell and Jackson Standefer lost their footing...

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