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Helicopter owner Leicester and OHL crashed due to technical problem

The helicopter crash at the end of October at the stadium of Leicester City is due to a technical defect, causing the pedals in the cockpit no longer were in communication with the rotor blade of the helicopter.

Due to the technical fault, the helicopter is no longer to control. Reports that the British government aviation accidents AAIB.

In the accident on 27 October, the Thai businessman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, owner of Leicester City, and 1B-club Oud-Heverlee Leuven, to life.

The helicopter came almost immediately after it was taken off from the King Power stadium in the problems and crashed in a parking lot. Eyewitnesses stated that the aircraft, if a stone was thrown down and fell, then by a sea of fire was surrounded. All five occupants were killed in the inferno.


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