The woman who fell to her death Tuesday at the Grand Canyon has been identified. National Park Service officials say rangers received a call at 1:05 p.m. Tuesday reporting a person needed help at a rocky point west of Pipe Creek Vista. Before a rescue effort could be undertaken, the person fell. The park’s helicopter and a technical rescue team located the body of 69-year-old Cynthia Ackley from Peoria, Arizona, about 200 feet below the rim. The rescue team and helicopter was able to recover Ackley’s body. The fall from the rim was the second accidental death at the Grand Canyon this year. Park staff encourages all visitors to have a safe visit by staying on designated trails and walkways, always keeping a safe distance from the edge of the rim and staying behind railings and fences at overlooks.