NTSB Releases Drone Video Of Helicopter Crash Site

NTSB Investigators Continue To Work On Site Of Kobe Bryant's Helicopter Crash

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All bodies have now been recovered from the helicopter crash that took nine lives on Sunday, according to the Los Angeles County coroner's office. Three were found after the crash on Sunday, and the remaining six were found on Monday.

And on Tuesday, the National Transportation Safety Board released a drone video of the crash site investigation.

It shows the wreckage left of the Sikorsky S-76B that crashed in the hills of Calabasas, while carrying Kobe Bryant, his daughter, and others...

Their trip began at John Wayne Airport in Orange County around 9 a.m. on Sunday, and the copter crashed near Las Virgenes Road and Willow Glen Street around 9:45 a.m.

Investigators from the NTSB are also asking locals if they have any photos showing the Calabasas weather on the day of the crash, to please email the images to witness@ntsb.gov.

Read more about the investigation here.

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