(CNN) -- The body of 22-year-old Hormiz David from Modesto, California, was recovered by Yosemite National Park rangers Friday -- more than two weeks after he was swept over Vernal Fall.
Search and rescue personnel and park rangers discovered David's body 240 feet from the base of the fall, the park said in a statement. David had been missing since July 19, when he and two other hikers were swept over the 317-foot fall.
Recovery operations took more than four hours to complete and required technical rigging and personnel trained in swift water, the statement said.
Rangers continue to search for the bodies of Ninos Yacoub, 27, of Turlock, California, and Ramina Badal, 21, of Manteca, California.
Witnesses said the group climbed over the guardrail at the top of Mist Trail and into the gushing river that feeds Vernal Fall. They were quickly swept over.
Mist Trail was to reopen Saturday.