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American Jerry Kocharian, who was near the scene of a helicopter crash basketball player Kobe Bryant, said that before the crash the aircraft was flying very low. The words of the witness leads the LA Times.
Kocharian noted that the helicopter was making the “wrong” sounds and was really low. “I saw how he miserably fell,” he described the man. After that, the helicopter disappeared into the mist, and then there was an explosion. “It was a fireball. No one was able to survive,” said Kocharyan.
The helicopter, owned by Bryant, crashed in the evening of 26 January. Basketball player and aboard his 13-year-old daughter Ginna Maria-Onore died. The victims were seven people.
According to the Mirror, the helicopter about 15 minutes circling before the fall, and then crashed into a hillside in Calabasas, about 30 miles from downtown Los Angeles. He went from orange County in California and in the city of Thousand Oaks. The publication writes that the passengers were going to basketball practice.
Throughout his career, Bryant played for the club “Los Angeles Lakers”, together with the team won five championship titles of the National basketball Association (NBA). Also in the asset two American Olympic gold.
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