A helicopter crashed in Canaima National Park in Venezuela's southern state of Bolivar on Thursday, killing all five passengers on board, a local rescue team said.
The Venezuelan tourism helicopter, a Bell 206 Long Ranger model, disappeared Wednesday afternoon while flying over Auyantepui plateau, where the world's tallest waterfall, Angel Falls, cascades down.
The aircraft was one of the three helicopters that are used on the tourist route.
The helicopter was located Thursday afternoon after a joint search between Civil Protection units from Bolivar's Aerial Service and from the National Search and Rescue Service.
The bodies of the victims will be taken to the eastern city of Puerto Ordaz in Bolivar. Authorities will continue to investigate the cause of the accident.