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Kobe Bryant’s helicopter had no black box, board reveals

A report by the National Transportation Safety Board, NTSB has revealed that the helicopter carrying Kobe Bryant and daughter Gianna had no black box.

They further indicated that the helicopter was not required to have one.

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In turn, NTSB will rely on photos to determine the weather condition during that fateful day leading to Kobe Bryant’s death.

Officers have been deployed to the scene to ensure zero interference from the public.

Before the accident happened, the pilot is reported to have encountered heavy fog blocking his view.

He moved in rounds before flying high at around 2,000 ft. The distance is however low as described by experts.

Possible prediction into the cause of the accident could be that it hit a mountain as it flew very low.

The other possibility is that the pilot could have been flying at a very high speed before hitting a mountain hidden under the fog.

LA Lakers game postponed to mourn Kobe Bryant

Tuesday game between La Lakers and Clippers has been postponed to mourn the death of former player Kobe Bryant.

Lakers organization is currently mourning his tragic death following the news.

Several players including Lebron James could be seen sobbing over the news on Sunday.

UConn Huskies Women’s basketball team mourned Gianna, the daughter of Kobe by displaying the number 2 jersey on the board.

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