TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – A hiking trip out west ended in tragedy for three men from Tampa Bay.

The Kane County Sheriff’s Office has identified two men who died after a flash flood in a canyon near the Arizona border as Dr. Jeffrey Watson and William Romaniello.

Authorities have released a video showing the Utah Department of Public Safety helicopter rescuing the lone survivor from their group.

Deputies said the three men from Tampa Bay were hiking through a slot canyon called Buckskin Gulch on the Utah-Arizona border.

Over the weekend, the water rapidly rose to dangerous levels in the narrow canyon with sheer rock walls.

Crews initiated a search and rescue mission on Monday. Family members reported the men missing after they did not hear from them following their weekend hiking trip.

Crews found one of the hikers who died on Tuesday. They later recovered the body of the other man who lost his life Wednesday near the Paria River in Arizona.

The two victims worked at a local orthopedic practice.

“Tragedy has hit the practice, and it is with profound sadness that we share the loss of Dr. Jeffrey Watson and William Romaniello, ATC, two pillars of the practice that leave an incredible legacy and monumental void in the hearts of everyone that knew them, “ the Orthopaedic Medical Group of Tampa Bay posted on Facebook.

That post goes on to say their families and friends are asking for privacy.

The NBC station in Salt Lake City reported that during the search for the men from Tampa Bay, the Utah Department of Public Safety helicopter rescued 11 hikers from three groups.