Bryce Canyon, Arizona, man killed after falling from roof

Bryce Canyon Resort has confirmed the death of a man who died after falling off a roof.

The resort said on its website that he was found unconscious in the lodge’s lobby.

Bryce Canyon National Park said that it was in a state of lockdown as it dealt with a man’s death and a medical emergency.

The park said the incident happened at the resort at about 12:00pm (local time) on Friday.

“We are in a situation where we cannot immediately comment on the circumstances of the incident but will work with them to identify what went wrong.” “

A spokesperson from the National Parks Service said it was too early to comment on whether a formal investigation was underway. “

We are in a situation where we cannot immediately comment on the circumstances of the incident but will work with them to identify what went wrong.”

A spokesperson from the National Parks Service said it was too early to comment on whether a formal investigation was underway.

The US National Park System said it could not comment on a death, but did confirm that an investigation into the incident was underway, adding that it had “received multiple calls about an individual in distress”.

The US Forest Service said that its staff and volunteers responded to the scene of the accident.

The agency said that in the early hours of Friday, two of its workers were in the area when the incident occurred.

A spokesperson said that at about 10:00am on Friday, the workers saw a man falling from a second-floor balcony, the park service said.

The workers were able to pull him from the second-level balcony, where he was pronounced dead.

The man had been at the hotel for several hours, the statement said.