Witness releases statement about fatal helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant

Witness releases statement about fatal helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant

- Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna were killed in a helicopter crash on Sunday morning

- There were 7 other people who did not survive the recent fatal accident in California

- An eyewitness already revealed what he saw during the much-talked-about incident

- He uttered that the fog during that time was very thick and he could only hear the sound of the vehicle

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An eyewitness finally released a statement regarding the tragic helicopter crash in California that killed Kobe Bryant and 8 others.

KAMI learned that it was an American guy named Scott Daehlin who shared some information about the much-talked-about accident on Sunday morning.

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He mentioned that he could hear the loud sound of the helicopter but he could not see the vehicle because of the very thick fog.

The witness also stated that the fog during that time was as thick as a pool of milk so it was impossible to see what was happening above him.

“It was thick. Imagine jumping into a pool filled with milk and opening your eyes,” Scott told ABC News.

“I can’t see anything. Hearing the helicopter… I could hear it but I can’t see it,” he added.

In a previous article by, the son of Shaquille O’Neal shared a screenshot of Kobe’s message hours before the tragic incident.

Kobe Bryant was considered as one of the greatest basketball players in history. He helmed Los Angeles Lakers to several championships before he retired in 2016.

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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