A Hong Kong man has died at the Grand Canyon after reportedly falling 1,000 feet over the edge of the rim while trying to take pictures. The man, who has not yet been identified, is the second person this week to die at the popular tourist destination. The Associated Press reports that a helicopter on Thursday lifted the body of the tourist out from Eagle Point in Grand Canyon West, a site on the Hualapai reservation outside the national park. Eagle Point is a remote site known for the Skywalk, a horse-shoe shaped glass bridge that sticks out of the canyon wall. The rim—a trail that runs through the park—has some ledges but no barrier between tourists and the edge. The area was closed for the day. Authorities at Grand Canyon National Park—about 95 miles east—were also working to identify the body of another person believed to be a foreign national. According to the AP, the body was found Tuesday evening in a wooded area south of Grand Canyon Village away from the rim. The cause of death was not immediately clear.