DOSWELL, Va. (AP) -- University of Richmond administrators say that two members of its women's basketball staff were aboard a hot-air balloon that went down in a fiery crash.
A university news release says that assistant coach Ginny Doyle and director of basketball operations Natalie Lewis were aboard the balloon that crashed Friday.
President Edward L. Ayers says the two women were beloved by the community.
They were aboard the balloon with a pilot when it went down after hitting a power line. Remains of two of the three have been found.
Virginia State Police said the body was found Saturday as more than 100 searchers continued to hunt for a third victim. None of the victims has been identified.
The balloon drifted into a power line Friday night, burst into flames and crashed. The balloon and the basket holding the pilot also have yet to be located.
The crash occurred ahead of a weekend balloon fest in Doswell, about 25 miles north of Richmond.
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