During a Tuesday meeting, the agency that was investigating the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant and Gianna Bryant as well as seven other people, will reveal their findings which will also include the probable cause of the crash in question.
The agency will meet virtually on Tuesday, the National Transportation Safety Board and will broadcast it online to the public so anyone can be able to see it there.
The National Transportation Safety Board has worked on the case since the 26th of January, 2020 when the helicopter that was a Sikorsky S-76 helicopter, crashed in Calabasas.
Before, it was reported that the agency has preliminary findings that did not show any outward evidence of the engine failing. Later, months later in the investigation they said that the pilot might have been disoriented when the helicopter was caught in deep fog.
Ara Zobayn, the pilot of the helicopter, who also died, when his autopsy results came in they showed no traces of alcohol or drugs at the time, and Zobayn’s girlfriend also spoke to NTSB and said that he was in great shape before he boarded the flight.
In June, the NTSB found evidence that the pilot, Zobayn thought that he was going over the fog, when in reality he was going downward in a very high speed rate.
The NTSB will not only reveal the cause of the crash, they are expected to also make recommendations for flights that are similar to the helicopter in order to hopefully prevent other accidents.
In the flight, along with Kobe Bryant and Zobayn (the above mentioned pilot), there were Kobe’s daughter Gianna, and her friends Alyssa Altobelli, Keri Altobelli, John Altobelli, Christina Mauser, Payton Chester and Sarah Chester.
All of the above mentioned lost their lives during the crash.
Rest in Peace.