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Authorities still looking for answers in the cave exploration deaths of two UF students

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Grief counselors are helping University of Florida students to cope with the deaths of two UF students who died in a cave exploration accident in Georgia over the weekend. Meanwhile, law enforcement officials continue to look for the reasons why UF Senior Grant Lockenbach and Freshman Michael Pirie became trapped and unable to escape. Both students were members of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. WUFT-FM’s Sascha Cordner reports.

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