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Topic - Richard Abruzzo
An Italian fishing boat on Monday pulled the remains of two American balloonists from the Adriatic Sea, ending a two-month hunt for the pair's bodies in one of ballooning's darkest chapters.
The Italian coast guard said Monday that it had called off the search for a pair of American balloonists who disappeared last week in the Adriatic Sea.
Examining the wreckage also could help answer questions and "throw some light on the reasons why this happened," he added.