The flying priest dies

SAN PABLO, Brazil-

The body of the priest Adelir Antonio de Carli, who disappeared more than two months ago to try to beat a record of flight subjected to 1,000 party balloons, was found 100 kilometres off the coast of Rio de Janeiro, on the high seas.
The body of the priest was found Thursday by a tugboat of the Brazilian company Petrobras. The oil company reported yesterday the discovery, and said that Anna Gabriela tugboat found the corpse of the cure and that it still had the flight crew.

The 42-year-old man was missing since last April 20, when he tried to fly attached to balloons inflated with helium. It had departed from Paranagua, a State located in the South of Brazil, and was headed for Dourados, Mato Grosso do Sul, near Paraguay.De Carli misestimated the winds and traveled to the area of the coastline, which lost contact with Earth.
The priest had a GPS location device, but from the air, by his cell phone, had warned that he did not know how it worked. The priest was deflected sea in the Atlantic Ocean by a change of wind and Tuesday, April 22 the Navy located one of the colorful balloons party against Porto Belo, in the State of Santa Catarina, about 150 kilometers to the South.

The man sought to beat a record of permanence in air to raise funds for the pastoral care of roads, which primarily assists truckers. His body, found more than 1,500 kilometers from the place he had left, was taken to the Legal Medical Institute of the city of Macaé. (Telam-Ansa-special-Reuters)


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