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Kobe Bryant's helicopter engine did not fail, federal investigators say in preliminary NTSB report

Delawareonline Friday, 7 February 2020
The helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryan, his daughter "Gigi" and seven others left the cockpit "highly fragmented" and in flames, the report said.
 
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An eyewitness has given the NTSB video that he says shows the helicopter flying lower than the fog before the crash.

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