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No Evidence of Outward Engine Failure in Kobe Bryant Helicopter Crash, Investigation Finds

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News video: NTSB's Preliminary Report Shows No Signs Of Engine Failure In Kobe Bryant Helicopter Crash

NTSB's Preliminary Report Shows No Signs Of Engine Failure In Kobe Bryant Helicopter Crash 02:07

There's new information on the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant and eight others. A preliminary report by the NTSB now reveals the wreckage shows no signs the helicopter had an engine failure; CBS2's Valerie Castro reports.

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