Body recovered from Grand Canyon National Park, investigation underway

GRAND CANYON - Officials with the Grand Canyon National Park announced Monday afternoon that a body has been recovered at the park.

Park officials said that on Friday, November 10th, a body was located below the rim on the Rim Trail, between Pipe Creek and Mather Point.

Park Service identified the man as 39-year-old Michael Legus, of Tooele, Utah.

He was reported missing by a friend on October 31st. 

National Park Service teams and the Coconino County Medical Examiner are conducting an investigation into the incident.

ABC15 will continue to provide updates once more information becomes available. 

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