(CNN) -- Authorities have found the remains of the third occupant of the hot air balloon that crashed in flames at a Virginia festival, police said Sunday.
The remains were found about 100 yards north of where another occupant's remains were found Saturday, said Corinne Geller of the Virginia State Police.
The Virginia State Police and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating the crash, which killed the male pilot and two female passengers.
Witnesses captured photographs of the balloon after it drifted into power lines, burst into flames Friday night and crashed into the countryside about 25 miles north of Richmond. Some reported seeing two people either jump or fall from the basket at a dizzying height.
CNN's Chris Welch, Joe Sutton, Mandy Lawrence and Melissa Gray contributed to this report.
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