The bodies of two people who fell 800 feet to their death from a popular overlook at Yosemite National Park were finally recovered Friday by park rangers, an official said. Park spokeswoman Jamie Richards said that rangers worked all day Thursday to recover the bodies of a male and female spotted the day before by a tourist at Taft Point. She said  rangers had to rappel down and climb the steep terrain in order to reach the bodies. A California Highway Patrol helicopter also assisted them, she said.

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