the Pilot of The helicopter that crashed with the former Basketball Star Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, at the beginning of the year in the vicinity of Los Angeles, has lost in dense clouds immediately prior to the crash, the orientation, as the investigators reported on Wednesday.
A preliminary analysis of the last moments of the flight, which was released on Wednesday by the National transportation safety Board (NTSB), revealed that the experienced Pilot might have had "misjudged" if the nose of the helicopter was pointed up or down. The Pilot reported to the air traffic controllers at this time, that he would rise to "four thousand feet" (about 1.2 kilometres) in height, while he flew with high speed to the ground, said the NTSB.
The new information contained in a more than 1,000-page public report, however, still no definitive conclusion of what the crash of 26. January specifically has caused. In the case of this accident all the occupants of the helicopter had come to life, including former NBA professional Bryant and daughter and seven other persons.Updated Date: 17 June 2020, 17:20