Basketball Legend Kobe Bryant Helicopter Crash Post-mortem Discharged

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Basketball Legend Kobe Bryant helicopter crash post-mortem Discharged

US Basketball Legend Kobe Bryant helicopter crash post-mortem discharged. Basketball star Kobe Bryant died in a helicopter crash, and a post-mortem examination revealed that he and nine passengers had died in a blunt force trauma.

In a 180-page report, investigators confirmed that the 50-year-old pilot ‘Ara Zobayan’ was negative for drugs and alcohol.

The reason for the 26 January crash, which happened in California amid heavy fog, is as yet being investigated.

When it’s crashed, 13 years old Gianna, daughter of Bryant, was with him in the helicopter.

Bryant was headed to Mamba Sports Academy in Thousand Oaks on the morning of Jan. 26 for his daughter’s tournament with her two of basketball teammates, her coach, and their relatives.

When a helicopter crashed into a mountain north of Los Angeles, passengers of Alyssa Altobelli, John Altobelli, Keri Altobelli, Sarah Chester, Peyton Chester, Christina Mouser, and pilot Ara Zobayan every one of them died.

“On January 28, the deaths of all nine victims were determined as blunt trauma,” an examination said. “The manner of death was certified as an accident”.

Kobe Bryant

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The results of the post-mortem examination. (This post-mortem examination result was published on the website of the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner office on Friday).

Lawyers, who appear to be his widow, have sued the company of helicopter operator.

Sobayan, a pilot who died in the accident, is accused of not assessing weather data before taking off (Investigators confirmed that pilot of the helicopter ‘Ara Zobayan’ was negative for drugs and alcohol).

The sheriff of Los Angeles County said eight agents had conceded having realistic photographs of the accident location.

And Alex Villanueva said he was “devastated and heartbroken” by their actions. He said he had informed the deputies to erase the pictures.

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