The National Transportation Safety Board is getting some answers in its investigation into the helicopter crash that
The deets were seemingly corroborated by a witness in the mountain bike park, where the wreckage was found, who reported hearing a normal sounding helicopter before seeing the aircraft “emerge from the clouds” and moving in a forward but descending trajectory.
As we reported, weather conditions were poor the morning of the crash. The fog was so heavy in the area that the Los Angeles Police Department and the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department grounded its fleet of choppers.
But NTSB’s Jennifer Homendy, who’s leading the investigation into the crash, previously said comparing authorities’ decision to the decision made by Bryant’s pilot is “an apples to oranges comparison,” explaining:
“We have to look at this specific crash and this specific helicopter.”
The new report comes a day after a memorial service for the NBA legend and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna, who also died in the crash, was announced.
The public service will be held on the morning of February 24 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, where Kobe played for the LA Lakers.
We just hope any of this can eventually bring Vanessa and the girls closure…
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