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Cortana: Can Microsoft s Wild A.I. Apple Devices Infect Soon?Chelsea Stewart More News The world of sport and entertainment mourns in a helicopter crash on Sunday 26 January. He had flown with eight others when the plane crashed into a hillside and a fire sparked. Nine of them all died on scene. Investigators launched an investigation to ascertain the cause of the accident but reports are already beginning to emerge. Let’s think about what the Kobe Bryant helicopter crash might have done below. Figure 1 Kobe Bryant at a game in 2009 Harry How / Getty Images

The helicopter was flying in foggy weather conditions According to CBS News visibility was so low that their choppers were grounded for the day by the Los Angeles Police Department “The environmental situation did not meet our minimum flying requirements” a department spokesperson told the news outlet. The helicopter reportedly took off from south Los Angeles ‘ Orange County around 9 a.m. S. PT. The aircraft seemed to encounter “weather problems” soon after the takeoff, according to TMZ, and flew six times around the Los Angeles Zoo, seemingly waiting for change conditions. The helicopter finally started flying north. But when it allegedly came across more fog it turned south toward a hilly area and crashed just before 10 a.m. in Calabasas California. S. PT. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Kobe Bryant (@kobebryant) on August 26, 2018 at 8:08 pm PDT Testimonies talk about the crash A man named Jerry Kocharian told The Los Angeles Times that he was outside when he saw a helicopter flying unusually low and struggling. It [ didn t ] sounded right and was really weak. I have seen it slip and sputter. But it was hard to figure it out as he explained it was so foggy. Kocharian said he dropped out of sight of the helicopter and then heard a boom. He’d continued a massive fireball. Nobody could live. Many people took to social media to mourn the loss of Bryant “who starred for his entire 20-season career with the Los Angeles Lakers” and the other victims. On Twitter, Hugh Jackman wrote that he was “so deeply saddened by this tragedy and sent my love and prayers to all the families. Kendall Jenner sent out her condolences and encouraged fans to “give their loved ones a big hug” before it was too late. Ivanka Trump tweeted that she would “pray for a legend and the other passengers whose lives have been lost and their families.” NBA fellow stars “from Magic Johnson to Dwyane Wade” have shared social media tributes. — Lynn(@LynnMubiru) 27 January 2020