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Helicopter crash Leicester does not come by drone

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A person looks to the flowers for the disaster in Leicester

The corps of Leicestershire tell us via Twitter to know that their drone is not in the air at the moment that the helicopter containing owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, Leicester City the King Power stadium left.

The unit came almost immediately in trouble, and crashed at a parking lot near the stadium. All five occupants, among whom Srivaddhanaprabha, were killed in the inferno.

The British government aviation accidents AAIB is investigating the crash. The black box containing the flight was Sunday evening found. Inspectors from the AAIB investigate the data.

The wife and son of the widely beloved Srivaddhanaprabha laid Monday flowers at the stadium. The players of Leicester City also came to take a look at the immense sea of flowers. The English club would be Tuesday night for the League Cup against Southampton play, but that match is postponed.

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