NEW YORK: In a tragic incident, an Indian couple died after falling 800 feet in an area with steep terrain in California's Yosemite National Park this week, according to a media report.
Vishnu Viswanath, 29, and Meenakshi Moorthy, 30, fell to their deaths from Taft Point in Yosemite National Park. They were identified Monday as a married couple from India living in the United States, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.
夫妇俩分别29岁和30岁，两人在美国优胜美地国家公园（Yosemite National Park）塔夫特景点（Taft Point）坠崖身亡。
The report said that the couple had recently moved from New York after Viswanath took a job as a systems engineer at Cisco, based in San Jose.
Could be another result of the Selfie mania
I happened to visit Grand Canyon for the first time just a day after their bodies were recovered and four days before their deaths were reported on the news. Having visited GC with my girlfriend and her 13-year-old son, my stomach turned every time they opted to risk their lives by standing only inches away from what would be certain death shoud they have fallen.
Sad news, RIP. Extreme adventure have its price.
I have seen all these Gultis.. They are everywhere even in remotest part of Grand canyon and yellow Stone national Park.
And these Gultis started acting like they are better than Americans, dress like clowns and talk like typical South Indians and then think that they conquerer of America.
These stupid Gultis are same and probably they try to impress their Gultis bunch with social media selfies and pay the price.
One less H1B Americans are happy.