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Kobe Bryant Helicopter Crash Wreckage Shows No Evidence of Engine Failure

NYTimes.com Friday, 7 February 2020
Investigators said in a preliminary report that the helicopter hurtled toward the ground at 4,000 feet per minute before crashing.
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