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

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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

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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