US Basketball legend, Kobe Bryant is “No More” at 41 after helicopter crash
Retired Veteran Basketball player, Kobe Bryant has passed away at the age of 41 after a helicopter crash that killed eight others including him.
He passed away on Sunday, 26th January, 2020 in a helicopter crash in Calabasas. The Basketball legend was travelling with seven other people in his privately owned helicopter though the cause of the crash is still under investigation.
According to TMZ, the emergency department responded but there was no survivor as nine people including the pilot was confirmed dead at the crash site.
The LA Times reported that a helicopter accident occured before 10 a.m. close to Las Virgenes Road, South of Agoura Road. They were bad weather conditions at the hill which made fogs in the atmosphere to cause the helicopter to crash at Calabasas and explodes into flames in no time.
The Emergency department were very late to get to the helicopter crash site until the fire was contained. The Basketball legend has been known for travelling with his privately owned helicopter for years even during his playing time with his Basketball team, Los Angeles Lakers.
Kobe Bryant was known to be a player for Los Angeles Lakers before his retirement, helping them to win five championships. He also represented the United States in the Olympics winning two olympic gold medals.
Kobe Bryant is considered one of the G.O.A.Ts to ever grace the Basketball game and he was also selected in 18 All-Star games and also winning the MVP individual honors in the league back in 2008.
Kobe Bryant is survived by wife, Vanessa Laine Bryant and his three children all daughters; Natalia Bryant, Capri Bryant, Bianca Bryant.
R.I.P to the Basketball Legend!!