Locals tell me balloon crash survivor Michael Rennie ran to these homes shouting for help. He had burns to side of face.
Witnesses say Mr Rennie had run 200m along a track from where the balloon first touched down to reach the homes.
He would have seen the balloon rise up above him, with the basket and canopy ablaze - his wife Yvonne still in it. He shouted "my wife".
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