Two Hot Air Balloon Accident Victims Released From Massachusetts Hospital

Passengers were burned when the hot air balloon drifted into power lines.
1:29 | 07/21/14

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And out of Massachusetts and an update on the fiery crash that injured five passengers riding in a hot air balloon. This weekend's accident caught on camera today to victims were treated for burns but released from the hospital. The video shows them helpless as they drifted into exploding power lines and here's ABC's Lindsay Janice. Tonight a family is lucky to be alive and looking for answers after a weekend hot air balloon ride it went from idea -- Two minutes. Look again. As the balloon -- power lines sparking a giant fireball. Residents below unable to help. Then seconds later another explosion. Just moments earlier the passenger's family -- celebrating a birthday floating above the suburban street. I've got the balloon -- then crash landing in Dennis McDonald's backyard and we just hope to people. Borrowed currently with the police. Five of the six passengers were burned at least to severely but incredibly. Were able to walk away. The FAA says it's investigating. And Janice ABC news New York.

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