DOSWELL, Virginia --Authorities found the remains of the third person who was on board the the hot air balloon that crashed Friday.
The body was found about 11 a.m. Sunday roughly 100 yards north of where the second body was located Saturday morning. Search crews are still looking for the wreckage site.
None of the remains have been identified.
On Saturday, the University of Richmond confirmed two athletics department staffers were passengers on board the balloon, which crashed into a power line, setting it ablaze.
Associate head coach Ginny Doyle and director of basketball operations Natalie Lewis were in the balloon, according to the school's statement.
Doyle, 44, was a former Richmond player who had been a member of the coaching staff for 16 seasons.
Lewis graduated from Richmond in 2011 and was in her third year as director of basketball operations.