Lightning struck on September 15 when five middle school students were practicing near the North Orlando Rowing Complex in Lake Fairview, Orlando, officials said at the time, though it is unclear whether the lightning hit the vessel or struck nearby.
The identities of the two students who died have not been released.
“The (North Orlando Rowing) community is devastated and continues to focus on supporting our affected families and our entire NOR team during this difficult time,” said the rowing organization’s post.
The organization said they are cooperating with local authorities as they investigate the incident.
“We continue to cooperate with local authorities and US Rowing as they investigate the incident. Until the investigation is complete, we are unable to provide further comment,” said the post.
“We are beyond grateful for the outpouring of love and concern from around the world. Please continue to hold our families in your prayers,” North Orlando Rowing said.
CNN has reached out to the Orlando Police Department for comment.