Eight victims who died along side Kobe Bryant identified

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On Sunday night, the Sporting World was tossed into a condition of grieving after nine individuals lost their lives in a deplorable helicopter crash in Calabasas, California including NBA legend, Kobe Bryant and his girl, Gianna.

The Los Angeles Lakers legend and his 13-year-old girl were traveling to the Mamba Academy almost Thousand Oaks, California when the chopper went down in Calabasas, around 30 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles.

A 911 call was purportedly put at 9:47 a.m. announcing a helicopter fire, with people on call arriving at the area of the accident around eight minutes after the fact. After they quench the flames, the L.A. Province Sheriff’s Office uncovered, that every one of the eight travelers and the helicopter’s pilot kicked the bucket.

The Coroner’s Office in an announcement unveiled that they are as yet attempting to recuperate the remaining parts, however data about the personality of the accident exploited people have been uncovered.

Alyssa Altobelli, a partner of Gianna’s, was additionally on the helicopter, alongside her folks, Keri and John Altobelli, who was a baseball trainer at Orange Coast College.

Christina Mauser, an associate mentor at Harbor Day School in Corona Del Mar, California, was among the unfortunate casualties just as Sarah Chester and her girl, Payton Chester.

The official reason for the helicopter crash is at present under scrutiny, the L.A. Province Sheriff’s Office said.

Kobe Bryant is made due by his better half, Vanessa Bryant, and their three other youngsters, Natalia, 17, Bianka, 3, and Capri, 7 months.

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