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Kobe found an iPad on a helicopter: 298 kilometers per hour before the crash

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On the morning of the 26th local time, near Calabasas, California, USA, NBA Lakers legend Kobe Bryant died of a private helicopter crash.
Kobe found an iPad on a helicopter: 298 kilometers per hour before the crash

On January 28th, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), which is responsible for the investigation of civil transport accidents, revealed that Kobe ’s helicopter was not equipped with a black box and only found an iPad for flight routes, weather conditions and other flights that investigators want to check. data.


Kobe found an iPad on a helicopter: 298 kilometers per hour before the crash

The NTSB also asked the public to provide photographs of the area's weather on Sunday to determine flight conditions.

At present, the Los Angeles County Police Office has set up a cordon around the scene of the accident to ensure that no one is close to the crash site.


Kobe found an iPad on a helicopter: 298 kilometers per hour before the crash
Kobe Helicopter Flight Route
The foreign media obtained a dialogue between the pilot and the Burbank Airport tower before the incident. The pilot contacted the tower at 9.30 am. At this time, the tower personnel knew that the pilot had been flying in the air for 15 minutes.


At 9:40 am, the pilot turned to the mountains due to heavy fog and climbed rapidly from about 1,200 feet to 2,000 feet. At 9:45, the helicopter flew into the 1,700 feet of mountains. The data showed a speed of about 161 knots. 
Flying; before the crash, the helicopter's forward speed to the ground was 161 knots, the altitude was 1350 feet (411.5 meters), and the descent rate was 4864fpm (1482.5 meters per minute).
An experienced helicopter pilot questioned and did not understand why Kobe's pilots maintained a speed of 161 knots in such a dense fog (about 298 km / h, one quarter equals 1.852 km per hour). 
One of the benefits of helicopters is that if you are not sure, you can slow down to avoid the terrain carefully.
Some pilots believe that encountering fog should be an ascent, not a descent. It is reported that Kobe ’s pilot in a helicopter is a very experienced flight instructor.
The cause of the accident is still under investigation.

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