Kobe Bryant’s helicopter engine did not fail, NTSB says

Kobe Bryant’s helicopter engine did not fail, NTSB says

Following an investigation, NTSB has concluded that the two engines of the helicopter that crashed last month killing basketball great Kobe Bryant and eight others showed no evidence of a ’catastrophic internal failure’. The findings, while preliminary, pointed to no obvious signs of mechanical problems that may have contributed to the crash.

KCooper
KCooper
Voice of Reason
Voice of Reason 2 months

Was anyone expecting there to be evidence of engine failure? Last I heard he flew into a hillside because they were dumb and flew in heavy fog. That doesn't have anything to do with the engine.

Binx1
Binx1 2 months

Lots of fans and law suits to avoid. pass that buck. the weather in los Angeles was warm and sunny. anyone who know CA, its smog or over cast. i think it was 10am when it happened.. sun would have burned off any cloud by that time.. dose anyone know what they were doing in a helicopter? with coaches and other athletes?

James
James 2 months

should have turn the copter around not trying to fly through heavy fog that's what happened pilot error should never fly in heavy fog especially in a helicopter and low as he was flying so sad

Roamer MGTOW
Roamer MGTOW 2 months

globalists did it.

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