Football – Leicester City Helicopter Crash: Police Investigations Continue
Leicester police have said that enquiries into the helicopter crash outside English football club Leicester City’s King Power Stadium are relied upon to proceed over the coming days.
As of yet, it is quite vague if the owner of Leicester City Football Club was inside the helicopter.
The Thai businessman and Leicester City owner, Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha arrived in his helicopter which hovered in the middle of the pitch, and left the stadium in a similar manner after each Leicester home football game.
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According to a report, the Thai billionaire was inside the helicopter at the time of the crash, however no subtle elements have been affirmed.
Eye witnesses state that the helicopter appeared to be winding out of control after it set off from the pitch, yet points of interest of the accident stay indistinct.
It collided with a car park at the stadium and was inundated on fire not long after 8.30pm yesterday.
Fans are laying flowers outside the King Power Stadium this morning after the Leicester City owner’s helicopter crashed yesterday evening. ??
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Police presently cannot seem to discharge any data about the state of the pilot or any travelers yet there are fears that few individuals had lost their lives.
It is likewise not known as to whether anybody on the ground was influenced.
Police said the Air Accident Investigation Branch would lead the investigation into the conditions of the accident, including that a cordon would stay set up while investigators inspected the scene.
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Mr Srivaddhanaprabha, who claims the King Power organization, purchased Leicester in 2010 and afterward progressed toward becoming executive the next February.
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