Indian couple killed in fall from California’s Yosemite park overlook

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Officials said Monday that they were 29-year-old Vishnu Viswanath and 30-year-old Meenakshi Moorthy.

The couple's funerals will take place in the U.S. because their bodies are not in a condition to be flown back to India, Mr Viswanath added.

Vishnu Viswanath, 29, and Meenakshi Moorthy, 30, were living in the United States and had maintained a travel blog of photos from their trips around the country. Moorthy had wanted to work full time as a travel blogger, Viswanath said.

The spot offers breath-taking views of the valley, Yosemite Falls and the towering granite formation El Capitan.

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The couple were from India but were living in NY, U.S.A, when they died on October 24th.

It is a popular spot for tourists trying to get the ideal engagement or holiday snap at the Californian park. Two Goody Shoes, Vishnu with me, I am not even sure if I would have written this post.

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The couple graduated from the College of Engineering in Chengannur in 2006 in computer science and engineering. What about a unicorn ice-cream with some Disney-approved cotton candy and pixie dust infused sprinkles ‍♀️ if....

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Meanwhile, a photographer's viral search to identify a couple who got engaged earlier this month at Taft Point has ended, after they came forward on social media.

She shared a photo of her sitting on the edge of the Grand Canyon on Instagram and wrote: "Is our life just worth one photo?"

"Is our life just worth one photo?" she wrote.

Photographer Matt Dippel posted an appeal online, in an effort to find the couple featured in the romantic shot.

"I have a fear of heights, and I kind of overcame that for her".

Yosemite National Park has identified the people who died falling from Taft Point on Wednesday, Oct 24, 2018.

In September, Israeli teen Tomer Frankfurter fell to his death while hiking near the top of Nevada Fall, which is 600ft (180m) high.

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