More than one year after Kobe Bryant’s tragic helicopter crash, more details are coming. The National Transportation Safety Board will formally announce the probable cause of the helicopter crash that killed Kobe and eight others. The NTSB has continued to work on the case since the horrific day the helicopter went down.
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Investigators have been working the case for more than a year … but the NTSB says it will formally announce its findings at a virtual board meeting that will be live-streamed to the public on Feb. 9.
In the days following the crash, the NTSB said preliminary findings showed no outward evidence of engine failure.
Months later, NTSB officials said the pilot, Ara Zobayan, may have been disoriented when the aircraft was caught in deep fog.
Kobe Bryant Helicopter Crash, Officials To Announce Probable Cause https://t.co/ytcGfsawIT
— TMZ (@TMZ) February 4, 2021
At this point doesn’t matter, and don’t even want to know.
This one’s never going to feel right to me.
RIP Kobe Bean Bryant, Gigi and the other victims.
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