It may be helpful to add some more information about the crash of 8 April, 1944. Virtually everything that I know is found on the following site on the internet: dainthecbi.com/crupi.html
A couple of weeks ago I drove to Germany to see the crash site of the plane. I also talked to the local historian of the village. He told me that three parachutes were seen escaping the plane (as is also stated in the above mentioned report). One airman was found dead in a meadow. The second airman was most likely Ralph E. Fordyce, he was taken prisoner by the Germans, and he returned to the US after the war. The third airman was never found.
Was one of them Salvatore E. Cozza or Frederick K. Sanford? But both of them were never found.
Ralph E. Fordyce was maybe the only person who knew what happened to Salvatore and Frederick.