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A California witness witnessed a video clip of the helicopter belonging to the American basketball legend, Kobe Bryant, minutes before it crashed and killed all nine of its passengers last Sunday.
David Lyudmersky, a resident of Glendale, began filming the footage at about 9:29 am local time, and said he saw the helicopter fly over the West California Avenue area for 12 to 13 minutes before heading northwest for another six minutes, and then You return to the southwest towards Calabasas, where it crashes at 9:45 am.
Lyudmersky posted the video to Instagram with the comment: “I am trying to photograph all the strange things happening above my house in Glendale, and unfortunately I did not realize this morning that I was photographing the Kobe Bryant helicopter, his daughter and others 31 minutes before it crashed.”
He told Lyudmersky newspaper Fox News, yesterday, Tuesday, that “his house was shaking to fly the helicopter at low altitude.”
He added: “I did not think it would be destroyed. I just wanted to go out and check what was causing the noise.”
Officials are still investigating the causes of the “Sikorsky S-76” helicopter accident in Calabasas, about 30 miles northwest of Los Angeles.
Kobe Bryant played his entire career with the Lakers from 1996 until his retirement in 2016 and crowned him with the professional league title five times, as he won the Olympic gold with the American team in Beijing 2008 and London 2012.