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RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) -- The Richmond Flying Squirrels honored the University of Richmond women's basketball staff members, Ginny Doyle and Natalie Lewis, who were killed in Friday's tragic hot-air balloon accident in Caroline County.


There was a moment and the women's initials were painted behind home plate at the Diamond.




A massive search ended Sunday after state police recovered the body of the third victim in the hot-air balloon accident.

When the balloon was attempting to land late Friday, the aircraft hit the power line and burst into flames, according to witnesses.

1 Comment

  • PU.PC

    Ah, It is so PC for PC Government/Media, Inc. to “pitch” all PC
    Agendas that they can at one time, and pronounce, proclaim,
    and propagandadize How Good They Always Are, even when
    they aren’t. The Way.
    Government of, by, for, and through Government/Media, Inc.
    covering all their PC Bases.
    ….Oh, have Squirrel yet produced that infamous “agreement”
    unsigned, unauthorized, and unpublished; that guaranteed
    them a New Ball Field whether Resident/Tax Payers want, like
    or approve? NO!, Their “Leaders” haven’t either.

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