DOSWELL, Va. (AP) - A family spokeswoman says a University of Richmond women's basketball team staff member was one of two passengers on a hot air balloon that crashed in Virginia.
Family spokeswoman Julie Snyder told The Associated Press on Saturday that Natalie Lewis' body has not been found.
The remains of the pilot and the second passenger have been recovered. They have not been identified.
The three were in a balloon Friday night that witnesses said crashed amid screams for help from the balloon.
Lewis was director of basketball operations at Richmond and a former swimmer there.
DOSWELL, Va. (AP) — The National Transportation Safety Board says it will have a preliminary report on a deadly balloon crash in Virginia in 10 days.
An air safety investigator said Saturday that officials have yet to examine the records of the balloon or the pilot.
Investigator Heidi Moats said once the recovery of the wreckage is complete, the agency will "examine the man, the machine and the environment."
Searchers have recovered the bodies of two of three people who were on the balloon when it drifted into a power line, caught fire and crashed Friday night. They were looking for the balloon and the third occupant on Saturday.
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