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Kobe Bryant's helicopter pilot was given 'special clearance to fly at or below 2,500 feet in dangerous weather conditions' - relying only on his eyesight rather than instruments before the crash

Helicopter Pilot Breaks Down Exactly How Kobe Bryant Died

Kobe Bryant's helicopter pilot was given clearance to fly under foggy conditions considered dangerous enough that local police agencies grounded their choppers

  • The helicopter carrying Bryant and his daughter, Gianna, left Santa Ana in Orange County shortly after 9am
  • Conditions were not suitable for flying, according to Los Angeles police who grounded their own choppers 
  • Pilot was flying under visual flight rules (VFR), meaning he was relying on his ability to see terrain below him
  • Around 9.20am, the helicopter circled for about 15 minutes east of Interstate-5, near Glendale, data shows 
  • Air traffic controllers held up the chopper for other aircraft for 11 minutes, before clearing it through Burbank
  • The pilot, who was named as Ara Zobayan, could've contacted ATC and requested to switch to instrument flight rules (IFR), which would have allowed him to navigate through the clouds
  • But when pilots fly under IFR, it can be time-consuming, especially in Southern California's busy airspace
  • Aircraft continued under VFR and around 9.40am it turned west to follow US Route 101, the Ventura Highway 
  • Around 9.44am, the helicopter turned toward the southeast and climbed to more than 2,000 feet, in what appeared to be an attempt to put some space between helicopter and terrain
  • It then descended and crashed into the hillside at about 1,400 feet, according to data from Flightradar24 
  • Bryant 41, and his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, were both killed in crash along with John Altobelli, 56, his wife, Keri, and daughter, Alyssa, who played on the same basketball team as Bryant's daughter 
  • Costa Mesa Mayor Katrina Foley tweeted that Christina Mauser, a girls basketball coach, also died in crash 
  • The NBA legend's helicopter was only 17 miles from the Mamba Sports Academy when the crash occurred
  • It's unclear where pilot was going to land in Thousand Oaks, but the nearest helipad to the 100,000-square-foot facility is at Amgen headquarters which is a little over six miles away from Mamba Sports Academy

Kobe Bryant's helicopter pilot was given a special clearance to fly under foggy conditions considered dangerous enough that local police agencies grounded their choppers. 

Audio captured by LiveATC.net reveals that the pilot, who has been named as Ara Zobayan, requested to fly under special visual flight rules (SVFR).

'Maintain special VFR at or below 2,500,' the pilot is heard confirming to the controller. 

The conversation between the pilot and the Burbank Airport control tower shed some light on why the aircraft, which was carrying Bryant, his daughter Gianna, 13, and six others, was granted clearance in the first place. 

Under an SVFR clearance, pilots are allowed to fly in weather conditions worse than those allowed for visual flight rules (VFR). Special VFR clearances are only issued when cloud ceilings are below 1,000 feet above ground level. Flying that low to the ground can be very disorienting and risky, and it's possible that the pilot became disoriented due to the visibility conditions when the helicopter appeared to veer off its path above US Route 101. 

Bryant's helicopter left Santa Ana in Orange County, south of Los Angeles, shortly after 9am on Sunday, a time when conditions were not suitable for flying, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.

There was an overcast at 1,300 feet and visibility of about five miles. The pilot was initially flying under VFR, meaning that he was relying on his ability to see the terrain below him. That changed when he was granted the SVFR.  

Around 9.20am, the helicopter circled for about 15 minutes just east of Interstate 5, near Glendale. Air traffic controllers held up the helicopter for other aircraft for about 11 minutes, before clearing the Sikorsky S-76 to proceed north along Interstate 5 through Burbank's airspace. 

Air traffic controllers noted poor visibility around Burbank, just to the north, and Van Nuys, to the northwest. Due to the poor visibility, the pilot could have contacted air traffic controllers and requested to switch to instrument flight rules (IFR), which would have allowed him to navigate through the clouds. 

However, when pilots fly under IFR, it can take up a lot of time, especially in Southern California, which has an extremely busy airspace. Pilots flying under IFR will have to begin 20 miles or more away from the runway and are required to use special instructions in the form of diagrams called approach plates in order to land. 

Kobe Bryant's helicopter pilot was given clearance to fly under foggy conditions considered dangerous enough that local police agencies grounded their choppers

Radar tracks Kobe flight as control tower loses contact with chopper

Paul Cline, an assistant professor of aviation at the City University of New York, told New York Magazine that flying under IFR could mean you could be in a holding pattern for 'an hour'. 

'You’re just one of many waiting in line, and it doesn’t matter if you’re Kobe Bryant,' Cline added. 'A ton of rules come into play, and people don’t always want to fly that way [under IFR]. It takes away their ability to do whatever they want to do,' Cline said. 'The trade-off is you get to live.'

The aircraft continued under VFR and around 9.40am it turned west to follow US Route 101, the Ventura Highway. At about 9.44am, the helicopter turned again, toward the southeast, and climbed to more than 2,000 feet, in what appeared to be an attempt to put some space between the helicopter and the high terrain. 

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN IFR AND VFR FLYING

Under Visual Flight Rules (VFR) pilots must always be able to see things out of their windows, which includes the ground, other aircraft and obstacles. 

Pilots flying under VFR must fly on the outside of clouds and are prohibited from flying into clouds.

Flying under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) is extremely more challenging than VFR flying. Unlike VFR, pilots are allowed to fly into clouds where there is zero visibility. 

One of the most illustrative differences between the two set of flight rules is the landing procedures.

Under VFR, pilots will fly toward the runway at an angle before executing a rectangular pattern near the runway and heading down for the landing. 

Under IFR, pilots will have to begin 20 miles or more away from the runway and are required to use special instructions in the form of diagrams called approach plates. 

The approach plates tell pilots where an aircraft will need to change its direction, what altitude it should be flying at, all while having zero visibility.  

IFR pilots will usually only be able to see out of their windows toward the end of the instrument approach, which is when they will be able to see the runway.  

n air traffic control audio which was recorded shortly before the crash, the pilot of the former Lakers star's helicopter is told by a controller that 'you're still too low level' to be tracked by radar. 

This did not appear to be a sign of distress, because the helicopter was actually ascending at the time and the controller was referring to the technical difficulty with reading data rather than warning of an imminent crash.

Justin Green, an aviation attorney in New York who flew helicopters in the Marine Corps, said pilots can become disoriented in low visibility, losing track of which direction is up. 

Green said a pilot flying an S-76 would be instrument-rated, meaning that person could fly the helicopter without relying on visual cues from outside.

Helicopter pilot Phillipe Lesourd told The Sun after listening to the audio that other aircraft appeared to be having problems which was 'not a good sign'.

'When you ask for a special VFR [visual flight rules], which they did, only one aircraft is allowed in the airspace,' he said.

'You can hear the controller saying that it had an "ad go around," that means an aircraft already cancelled its landing because of low visibility.'

It then descended and crashed into the hillside at about 1,400 feet, according to data from Flightradar24.

When it struck the ground, the helicopter was flying at about 184mph and descending at a rate of more than 4,000 feet per minute, the data showed.

The chopper went down in Calabasas, about 30 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles. Bryant's chopper was only 17 miles from the Mamba Sports Academy when the crash occurred. 

There was only one pilot on board, which an aviation source said it was unusual for the Sikorsky S-76 helicopter Kobe was in. 

It's unclear where the pilot was going to land in Thousand Oaks, but the nearest helipad to the 100,000-square-foot facility is at Amgen headquarters which is a little over six miles away from Mamba Sports Academy.  

Bryant's sports academy in Thousand Oaks was holding a basketball tournament on Sunday.

When the helicopter plunged into a steep hillside on Sunday, its impact scattered debris over an area the size of a football field and killed all aboard. 

Among those killed in the crash were John Altobelli, 56, longtime head coach of Southern California's Orange Coast College baseball team; his wife, Keri; and daughter, Alyssa, who played on the same basketball team as Bryant's daughter, said Altobelli's brother, Tony, who is the sports information director at the school. 

The 41-year-old Bryant, who perished with his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, was one of the game's most popular players and the face of the 16-time NBA champion Lakers

The 41-year-old Bryant, who perished with his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, was one of the game's most popular players and the face of the 16-time NBA champion Lakers

The site of a helicopter crash that claimed the lives of Bryant, his daughter Gianna, 13, the pilot and six other passengers on Sunday
When the helicopter plunged into a steep hillside on Sunday, its impact scattered debris over an area the size of a football field and killed all aboard

Radar tracking shows entire ill-fated Kobe Bryant flight

Another young player, Payton Chester, was also killed in the crash along with her mother Sarah Chester.

Costa Mesa Mayor Katrina Foley tweeted that the dead also included Christina Mauser, a girls basketball coach at a nearby private elementary school. 

Her husband, Matt Mauser, founded the Tijuana Dogs, a popular Orange County band. In a Facebook post he said: 'My kids and I are devastated. We lost our beautiful wife and mom today in a helicopter crash.'

The Los Angeles County medical examiner, Dr Jonathan Lucas, said the rugged terrain complicated efforts to recover the remains. He estimated it would take at least a couple of days to complete that task before identifications can be made. 

The accident unleashed an outpouring of grief from admirers around the world who mourned the sudden loss of the all-time basketball great who spent his entire 20-year career with the Los Angeles Lakers.

Thousands of fans, many wearing Bryant jerseys and chanting his name, gathered outside the Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles, home of the Lakers and site of Sunday's Grammy Awards where Bryant was honored.

The 41-year-old Bryant, who perished with his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, was one of the game's most popular players and the face of the 16-time NBA champion Lakers.

The cause of the crash is still unknown, but conditions at the time were such that the Los Angeles Police Department and the county sheriff's department grounded their helicopters.  

Pilot, Ara Zobayan
Christina Mauser was killed in the crash

The pilot was identified as Ara Zobayan (left). He was killed in the crash alongside Christina Mauser (right, with her husband, Matt), a girls basketball coach at a nearby private elementary school

Victim, John Altobelli is pictured with his wife, Keri
Alyssa Altobelli

Among those killed in the crash were John Altobelli (left), 56, longtime head coach of Southern California's Orange Coast College baseball team; his wife, Keri (left, with John); and daughter, Alyssa (right), who played on the same basketball team as Bryant's daughter, said Altobelli's brother, Tony, who is the sports information director at the school

Another young player, Payton Chester (left), was also killed in the crash along with her mother Sarah Chester (right)

Another young player, Payton Chester (left), was also killed in the crash along with her mother Sarah Chester (right)

Pilot of Kobe Bryant's helicopter was qualified to fly in fog and friends say he was 'not one to make mistakes' 

Ara Zobayan, 50, was a licensed commercial helicopter pilot of 12 years, certified flight instructor of two years and a ground instructor of 11 years. Zobayan was friends with actor turned pilot Lorenzo Lamas (pictured together in 2013), appearing with him on an episode of Celebrity Wife Swap along with Andy Dick

Ara Zobayan, 50, was a licensed commercial helicopter pilot of 12 years, certified flight instructor of two years and a ground instructor of 11 years. Zobayan was friends with actor turned pilot Lorenzo Lamas (pictured together in 2013), appearing with him on an episode of Celebrity Wife Swap along with Andy Dick

By Cheyenne Roundtree For DailyMail.com

Ara Zobayan, the pilot of Kobe Bryant's helicopter, was qualified to fly in fog, as friends of the beloved instructor said he was 'not one to make mistakes' and was always 'attentive' to the NBA legend and his family.

Zobayan was flying the helicopter carrying Bryant, the star's daughter Gianna, 13, and six others when the Sikorsky S-76 crashed in Calabasas, California and caught fire, killing everyone on board on Sunday morning.

He was told he was 'too low' as he flew through thick fog and was unable to get clearance to land at Burbank Airport because the weather conditions were too poor, according to reports. Fifteen minutes later, the helicopter crashed. 

The 50-year-old was a licensed commercial helicopter pilot of 12 years, certified flight instructor of two years and a ground instructor of 11 years, according to federal aviation records. 

He was also instrument rated, which means he was qualified to fly in fog.

Tributes to Zobayan, of Huntington Beach, California, poured in on Sunday, as friends and colleagues said he was 'nice, talkative and especially attentive when it came to Kobe and his family'.

Zobayan's friend Jared Yochim wrote: 'Ara was an incredible pilot, instructor pilot, charter pilot and truly a great man. He was not your typical egotistical helicopter pilot like most of us honestly are. 

'Ara was a man that always remained cool, calm and collected. As more people that knew Ara open up about him, you’ll only hear words like professional, calculated and loving. He was always good for a laugh. 

'The loss is not mine, but a community really. Ara impacted so many people and only in a positive way. '

He added: 'He was as good as they came and not one to make mistakes.' 

Although it's not clear when Zobayan started flying Bryant, the Lakers star said in a resurfaced interview that he began taking helicopters because traffic in Los Angeles was so bad it was causing him to miss family activities. 

Bryant said in the 2018 interview with Alex Rodriguez and Big Cat: 'I had to figure out a way where I could still train and focus on the craft but still not compromise family time.'

Federal transportation safety investigators will look at the pilot's history, the chopper's maintenance records and the records of its owner and operator, said National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) board member Jennifer Homendy at a news conference. 

Kurt Deetz, a pilot who used to fly Bryant in the chopper, said the crash was more likely caused by bad weather than engine or mechanical issues.

'The likelihood of a catastrophic twin engine failure on that aircraft — it just doesn't happen,' he told the Los Angeles Times.

Investigators say the Sikorsky S-76B helicopter had a black box which they will seek to recover. 

Deetz described the helicopter as being like a 'limousine' that was in 'fantastic' condition and subject to a 'very good maintenance program'. 

He said that pilots need at least a couple thousand hours flying in a twin engine to be ready to fly the complex helicopter. 

Kurt Deetz, a pilot who used to fly Bryant in the chopper, said the crash was more likely caused by bad weather than engine or mechanical issues. This image shows the control system inside the aircraft

Kurt Deetz, a pilot who used to fly Bryant in the chopper, said the crash was more likely caused by bad weather than engine or mechanical issues. This image shows the control system inside the aircraft 

Deetz described the helicopter (interior pictured) as being like a 'limousine' that was in 'fantastic' condition and subject to a 'very good maintenance program'

Deetz described the helicopter (interior pictured) as being like a 'limousine' that was in 'fantastic' condition and subject to a 'very good maintenance program'

Zobayan, who was flying Bryant's chopper (pictured), was 'especially attentive when it came to Kobe and his family', according to his family members and friends

Zobayan, who was flying Bryant's chopper (pictured), was 'especially attentive when it came to Kobe and his family', according to his family members and friends 

'There aren’t a lot of people readily qualified to fly it,' he said.  

The NTSB typically issues a preliminary report within about 10 days that will give a rough summary of what investigators have learned. A ruling on the cause can take a year or more.

Colin Storm was in his living room in Calabasas when he heard what sounded to him like a low-flying airplane or helicopter.

'It was very foggy so we couldn't see anything,' he said. 'But then we heard some sputtering and then a boom.'

The fog cleared a bit, and Storm could see smoke rising from the hillside in front of his home. 

Firefighters hiked in with medical equipment and hoses, and medical personnel rappelled to the site from a helicopter, but found no survivors, Los Angeles County Fire Chief Daryl Osby said.

The aircraft was built in 1991 and owned by Island Express Holding Corp., which is based in Fillmore, California. According to the website Helis.com, it was previously owned by the state of Illinois. 

Shortly after the crash, a heartbreaking video of Bryant lovingly explaining the game of basketball to his daughter, Gianna, resurfaced.

On Monday, a video of Bryant explaining why he often flew in his private helicopter resurfaced. 'Traffic started getting really, really bad. And I was sitting in traffic and I wound up missing a school play because I was sitting in traffic. I had to figure out a way where I could still train and focus on the craft but still not compromise family time,' Bryant (pictured with family) said

On Monday, a video of Bryant explaining why he often flew in his private helicopter resurfaced. 'Traffic started getting really, really bad. And I was sitting in traffic and I wound up missing a school play because I was sitting in traffic. I had to figure out a way where I could still train and focus on the craft but still not compromise family time,' Bryant (pictured with family) said

'You have road trips and times where you don't see your kids so every chance I get to see them and spend time with them... I want that,' Bryant said in the interview. Bryant is seen with his wife, Vanessa, and three of their children

'You have road trips and times where you don't see your kids so every chance I get to see them and spend time with them... I want that,' Bryant said in the interview. Bryant is seen with his wife, Vanessa, and three of their children

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Lakers legend Kobe Bryant, 41, and his daughter Gianna, 13, are killed in 'foggy' Calabasas helicopter crash on hill behind Kourtney Kardashian's house along with three others
Helicopter Pilot Breaks Down Exactly How Kobe Bryant Died!!
Kobe Bryant tragically died yesterday, after a private helicopter carrying Kobe, his daughter Gianna and 7 other passengers went down in the mountains of Calabassas.

What exactly could have gone wrong? Well a decorated helicopter pilot examined the flight data, and the weather reports and explained how and why Kobe's helicopter went down.

And according to the pilot, the accident was 100% preventable:

The pilot explained, that it was a foggy and cloudy day. He suspects that Kobe's pilots accidentally flew into the clouds, lost their bearings, and crashed into the side of the mountains.

He breaks down technically that Kobe's aircraft - while top-of-the-line did not have true autopilot technology. And when the pilots got into trouble, it was basically a wrap for everyone on board.

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Kobe Bryant is killed in Calabasas helicopter crash along with along with four others onboard NBA star Kobe Bryant and daughter killed in helicopter crash

  • Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna and three others were killed in the helicopter crash at around 10am Sunday
  • The private Sikorsky S-76 helicopter caught fire after it struck a hillside in Calabasas amid heavy fog
  • Sources say it was headed to Bryant's Mamba Academy in Thousand Oaks for basketball practice 
  • The cause of the crash is under investigation and witnesses say they heard the chopper engine 'sputtering'
  • Bryant and Gianna are survived by his wife Vanessa and their three other daughters Natalia, Bianca and Capri
  • The 41-year-old basketball star spent his entire 20-year career with the Los Angeles Lakers, winning five NBA championships before he retired in 2016
  • News of his death sent shockwaves around the world as dozens of celebrities paid tribute on social media 

Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna were killed in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California, on Sunday morning.   

The 41-year-old former Los Angeles Lakers basketball star's death was first confirmed by TMZ

The outlet reported that Bryant was traveling with four other people - including daughter 'Gi-Gi' - in his private Sikorsky S-76 helicopter when it crashed, killing everyone on board. 

Officials with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department responded to reports of the crash near Las Virgenes Rd and Willow Glen St in Calabasas at around 10am after a fire broke out.  

The cause of the crash is under investigation. Witnesses reported hearing the helicopter's engine sputtering before it went down near the home of Kourtney Kardashian. 

Sources told TMZ the chopper was on its way to Bryant's Mamba Academy in Thousand Oaks for basketball practice.

ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported that another player and parent were also on the helicopter. 

Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter Gianna (pictured together in December) and three others were killed when his private helicopter crashed in Calabasas, California, on Sunday morning

Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter Gianna (pictured together in December) and three others were killed when his private helicopter crashed in Calabasas, California, on Sunday morning

Bryant was believed to be flying in the Sikorsky S-76 helicopter he'd used to travel for years. He is seen preparing to board the private chopper in Los Angeles in April 2013

Bryant was believed to be flying in the Sikorsky S-76 helicopter he'd used to travel for years. He is seen preparing to board the private chopper in Los Angeles in April 2013

Everyone on board the helicopter was killed when it crashed in the hills near Calabasas

Everyone on board the helicopter was killed when it crashed in the hills near Calabasas

Smoke is seen billowing from the crashed chopper after it burst into flames

Smoke is seen billowing from the crashed chopper after it burst into flames

Officials with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department responded to reports of the crash near Las Virgenes Rd and Willow Glen St in Calabasas at around 10am

Officials with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department responded to reports of the crash near Las Virgenes Rd and Willow Glen St in Calabasas at around 10am

Bryant spent his entire 20-year career with the Lakers, winning five NBA championships and 18 All-Star titles before he retired in 2016. He is pictured on the court in 2013

Bryant spent his entire 20-year career with the Lakers, winning five NBA championships and 18 All-Star titles before he retired in 2016. He is pictured on the court in 2013

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Kobe Bryant 'dies in Calabasas helicopter crash' 

  • Kobe Bryant and four others were killed when his private helicopter went down in Calabasas, California, on Sunday morning
  • The 41-year-old basketball star's death was confirmed by TMZ Sports 

Kobe Bryant was reportedly killed in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California, on Sunday morning.   

The 41-year-old former Los Angeles Lakers basketball star's death was confirmed by TMZ

The outlet reported that Bryant was traveling with four other people in his private helicopter when it crashed, killing everyone on board. 

The cause of the crash is under investigation. 

Kobe Bryant was killed in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California, on Sunday morning

Kobe Bryant was killed in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California, on Sunday morning

Bryant was reportedly traveling with four other people in his private helicopter when it crashed, killing everyone on board

Bryant was reportedly traveling with four other people in his private helicopter when it crashed, killing everyone on board

Bryant is seen preparing to board a helicopter in Los Angeles in April 2013

Bryant is seen preparing to board a helicopter in Los Angeles in April 2013

Bryant is survived by his wife Vanessa and their four daughters - Gianna, Natalia and Bianca and newborn Capri. 

The 18-time NBA All-Star spent his entire 20-year career with the Lakers, winning five NBA championships before he retired in 2016. 

He was the first guard in NBA history to play at least 20 seasons. 

This is a developing story.    

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Comment by caribmama on January 28, 2020 at 3:35pm

FACTS!!!!!!!

Comment by mr1stroke on January 28, 2020 at 3:10pm
It is always like that especially when youre black and famous they either want a piece of you or want you dead, these days you mean more after death, dont be surprise if they try to drag poor vanessa to hell when they find out how much she is worth
Comment by caribmama on January 28, 2020 at 2:09pm

Thank you Mr1stroke. Sue the people that gave the go ahead. You suing Kobe cause he's Kobe. Kobe is not to blame. 

Comment by mr1stroke on January 28, 2020 at 7:09am
Than sue the pilot family
Comment by Will on January 28, 2020 at 1:22am

Odd thing, was it in the helicopter pictured? The one he had painted black? Or was it blue and white like we can see in some of the wreckage? Or... is it some other part of the craft still that color? Hm.

Comment by caribmama on January 27, 2020 at 8:06pm

Too young....too damn young! RIP Kobe, Giana, and the rest of the victims. I think TMZ is wrong for reporting it before the family could be notified and the person that called TMZ should be ashamed of themselves. :-(

Comment by mr1stroke on January 27, 2020 at 3:05pm
When tragedy takes place there is always a know it all person to run with mouth and trying to get their 15 minutes of fame, that pilot know exactly how Kobe died, ok why didnt you do something to save him, were you there, were you the pilot? Let me guess youre going to be in every talk show telling how you know, will you write a know it all book, be on every radio and reality shows? Sit your dumb ass down, if you were not there or cannot bring Kobe back, some of us are not concern
Comment by Cee Gee on January 27, 2020 at 10:32am

Some things are just so unbelievable....my nephew has been inconsolable....Kobe supported his high school basketball team and had been an active contributor...my nephew met him several times and he is devastated by his death.  I send condolences to his wife, who now has to bury her husband and daughter.  Condolences to the rest of the families that lost someone as well.  Such a sad and tragic end.

Comment by mr1stroke on January 27, 2020 at 7:10am
That man carried Philly like he owed a debt, many good deeds he did for some of the schools and also the community have kept secret because he wanted to protect his family from the media, my grand ma says dont ever question God, in times like this i would like to know where were the angels who watch over good and innocent people, daughter was just 13, where was the hand that was supposed to pick up that helicopter, seriously dont we have the right to question the higher power sometimes?
Comment by Jeffrey L Donovan on January 27, 2020 at 6:37am

So sad, words are inadequate to describe the feeling of sadness. It willl be a great loss to his family and friends and many around the world. I wish it was just a movie and you walk up, and things are back to normal, but it is not. R.I.P Bro. Join the team up there.

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