Pictured: Two Brothers Among Three British Tourists Killed In Grand Canyon Helicopter Crash

Three of the five British tourists killed after a helicopter crashed in Las Vegas survived the initial impact only to die in the ensuing fireball, their autopsies show.

Brothers Stuart and Jason Hill, 30 and 32, and Stuart's partner Rebecca Dobson, 27, died from smoke inhalation and burns which covered their entire bodies, the Mohave County Medical Examiner's Office said on Wednesday.

Medics said the brothers, from Worth, West Sussex were burned beyond recognition and were initially mistaken for each other. Dobson was also unrecognizable.  

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Brothers Stuart and Jason Hill, 30 and 32, survived a helicopter crash in the Grand Canyon last year but were killed in the ensuing fireball, suffering burns to 100 per cent of their bodies. The pair were so badly burned they were initially mistaken for each other

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