Body of Kobe Bryant finally found two days after the helicopter crash happened.
KOBE BRYANT – Several days after the tragic helicopter crash, Kobe Bryant’s body and eight others have been recovered and some were identified.
Last January 26, the world was welcomed with a devastating report about losing another legend, NBA star Kobe Bryant, due to a helicopter crash that happened unexpectedly. There were no survivors from the accident including his 13-year-old daughter Gianna.
Through finger prints, bodies of pilot Ara Zobayan, baseball coach John Altobelli and Sarah Chester have also been identified says Los Angeles County coroner’s office said in a statement. The remaining bodies have not been identified yet including his Mambacita’s Gigi.
Authorities who did the investigation reported that the crash was so intense just by looking at how shattered the chopper have become and the debris sent off in wide areas. Based on PEP, the report stated, “Over the span of two days, personnel from the department’s Special Operations Response Team (SORT) located and recovered the nine bodies from the extensive crash site. Through the use of fingerprints, investigators identified the three men and one woman who were on the aircraft, John Altobelli, Kobe Bryant, Sarah Chester, Ara Zobayan.”
Meanwhile, Bryant is truly a legend that will stay forever. He is a five-time NBA champion for the LA Lakers and double Olympic gold medallist and his death came as a stunning surprise to the world. He is just 41 years and spent 20 years of it playing basketball.
They were riding his Sikorsky S-76 when it slammed in a hillside in Calabasas, northwest of LA where there’s thick fog. They are all heading to Bryant’s Mamba Sports Academy in Thousand Oaks, where his daughter was set to play.
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