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BREAKING: Crash investigators reveal Kobe Bryant’s helicopter has no black box

Officials from the National Transportation Board in the United States revealed that Kobe Bryant’s helicopter has no black box as it was not required to have one.
Crash investigators said that they are now starting to remove remains from the crash site.
In a report on Independent, NTSB spokesperson Jennifer Homendy said that the pilot of the chopper messaged the air traffic controllers they were climbing to avoid a layer of cloud.
The helicopter pilot also asked and received special clearance to fly amid heavy fog during that day.
The crash investigator spokesperson said that the crash was a devastating scene indicating that survivors are unlikely possible.
Recovery of the remains is ongoing but weather conditions are now hampering rescue efforts.
Bryant died together with his daughter Gianna on Sunday. He was 41 years old.
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