Three days after Kobe Bryant and Gianna died on Board the helicopter, the coroner’s office County of Los Angeles revealed the official cause of death of father and daughter.
Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna, unfortunately, died as a result “ridiculous disaster”, as announced on January 29 the office of coroner County of Los Angeles. It was the same official cause of death, which has been specified for the seven other people on — Board the helicopter Kobe S-76B, crashed in the area around state Calabasas, CA, January 26, according to the coroner’s office. The manner of these sudden and tragic deaths were deemed “an accident”.
The cause of death of nine of the victims were announced after January 28 was held the examinations of the body, and after the national Council for transport safety has released more details about a fatal accident that shocked fans all over the world. Jennifer Hamandi, member of the Board of Directors of the NTSB, described the crash as “a crash at high energy” after the helicopter experienced a rate of descent 2000 feet per minute. Although heavy fog delayed in Los Angeles that morning, the NTSB is unable to complete a final report that includes probable cause of the crash is still 12-18 months — and is only an estimate.
The official cause of death Kobe was also revealed after just a few hours after his wife, 37 – year-old Vanessa Bryant, appeared in public to break its silence in connection with the loss of her husband and daughter. “My girls and I want to thank the millions of people who have shown support and love during this terrible time. Thanks for all the prayers. They we definitely need them!” — early emotional message to Vanessa. Vanessa also wrote about her wonderful daughter Gianna was “amazing sister” for Vanessa and the other daughters Kobe Natalia, 17 years old, Bianca, 3, and Capri, 7 months.
Pilot Ara Saban flew from John Wayne in orange County and went to the Sports Academy Mamba in Newbury Park, where Gianna and her teammates, Alyssa the Altobelli and Peyton Chester, was supposed to play in a basketball tournament that she was trained by Kobe. Their assistant basketball coach Christine Mauser, parents Alyssa John the Keri Altobelli of Altobelli, and a mother of Peyton, Sarah Chester, was also on Board. No one survived the crash. Kobe, the NBA star, known for having won five NBA Championships in the “Los Angeles Lakers” , who was only 41 when he died.