Helicopter Sikorsky crashes north of Los Angeles | Extreme Weather

A Sikorsky S-76B Helicopter (N72EX) performing flight from Santa Ana KSNA
was transitioning to the west of Van Nuys KVNY along the 101 Freeway in very marginal weather when suddenly crashed in the area of Calabasas.
AUDIO SOURCE: www.liveatc.net

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  1. VASAviation -

    VASAviation -پیش 27 روز

    *This post will be edited with updates.* *Leave your condolences to families and friends of all those who perished. RIP.* This video shows facts on the accident. Please, do not speculate about the causes or try to look for responsibles. Thank you.

  2. Boris Sheen

    Boris Sheenپیش 19 روز

    *doing this* is cringe. I do agree with you tho. people need to stop playing the blame game and no you people are not experts so stop saying you know what happened because none of you do.

  3. Daniel Carlson

    Daniel Carlsonپیش 19 روز

    THANKS posting this one, VASAviation. Let’s us pilots learn VALUABLE lessons.

  4. Daniel Carlson

    Daniel Carlsonپیش 19 روز

    Low Altitude.

  5. Heinrich Berndovsky

    Heinrich Berndovskyپیش 23 روز

    VASAviation - looks like ABC7 took the audio from this video, you can hear your intro sound effect on 30 seconds in here irgos.info/fylm-hay/yZyLhG-njHurs3E.html

  6. Pietro Bisonni

    Pietro Bisonniپیش 23 روز

    VASAviation - NASA equipments is Not enough to cope with a wish

  7. Trooper Colten

    Trooper Coltenپیش روز

    Rip Kobe Bryant

  8. Gus M

    Gus Mپیش 4 روز

    Could that controller talk any quicker ?

  9. Marz

    Marzپیش 5 روز

    4:40 -pilot now tells VanNuys he wants to go to the 101..fr/ the 118. Why not cont on the 118 to Camarillo airport, to land? Didnt know the fog danger on 101W? Then slams u turn & down! It sputtered? Sabotage? Bk boxes shld be mandatory now in heli's. RIP to all.

  10. Daniel Carlson

    Daniel Carlsonپیش 5 روز

    OK, Let’s see what we have here, let’s see what we have; “I” would’ve opened an IFR Flight Plan w/KSNA FSS via SLI-VOR (115.7) to CMA-VOR (115.8)-Direct, with Squawk-Code/Bearing/Altitude/& Airspeed assigned by SoCal App/Dep (TRACON). Straight-Line: No BS sightseeing through Downtown LA/CONGESTED San Fernando Valley Basin, w/EXTREMELY DETERIORATING IMC (THICK fog). “If” I lost my job, so damn be it; 9-lives saved Vs. 9-toes tagged, for fuck sake!!!

  11. Takuma Sensei

    Takuma Senseiپیش 7 روز

    It must be horror when the helicopter/planes vanish in the radar....

  12. Maybe Later

    Maybe Laterپیش 12 روز

    rip kobe and all

  13. Jeremy Sitorus

    Jeremy Sitorusپیش 13 روز

    I have no clue how they did not mention in the description or the pinned poster comment that Kobe was a passenger.

  14. Jeremy Sitorus

    Jeremy Sitorusپیش 11 روز

    @Willoughby Krenzteinburg Well. That was a devastatingly valid argument.

  15. Willoughby Krenzteinburg

    Willoughby Krenzteinburgپیش 11 روز

    This is an aviation channel with most videos being nothing more than the audio between ATC and pilots during aviation accidents. The fact that Kobe was on the flight is irrelevant to the purpose of the channel.

  16. Tierney Simmons

    Tierney Simmonsپیش 13 روز

    Please make my video go viral I will get on the new and tell the world. Kobe was killed. This man killed Kobe. He said he was going up 4,000 feet to get out the clouds. And he stopped at 2,300 feet and entered a dive. Till he hit the ground. Facts. No engine failure . Helicopters dont just dive alone. Ether The pilot crashed them on purpose or he might have had a heart attack. Or the plan was controlled off sight by remote and that person killed him. The pilot killed Kobe. Why I dont know. They claim the reason for the crash is unknown . Meaning nothing wrong with the helicopter. It was controlled off sight. Or he did it. Period. They told the pilot he was to low for flight following. And then he took a dive. Why would you dive when being told you to low already. Why climb a little first. irgos.info/fylm-hay/m4J8j4lfq59hxaw.html. irgos.info/fylm-hay/p3yBh4J-nZqlt6w.html

  17. HarSumit

    HarSumitپیش 12 روز

    Or Kobe was going to expose illuminati and they had to kill him!! Or Aliens took them and left their clones on sight.

  18. Ricardo Torrez

    Ricardo Torrezپیش 14 روز

    Could this have been a terrorist attack?

  19. Willoughby Krenzteinburg

    Willoughby Krenzteinburgپیش 11 روز

    .........

  20. Jove Medi

    Jove Mediپیش 15 روز

    I WANT TO SEE WEATHER RADAR LIVE TIME

  21. BB B

    BB Bپیش 15 روز

    Kobe Bryant giving this guy all these views and $$$$. Mamba mentaility even while dead. lmao

  22. SwissMarksman

    SwissMarksmanپیش 13 روز

    lmaoo

  23. J Shepard

    J Shepardپیش 17 روز

    Frank Borman said "A superior pilot uses his superior judgment to avoid situations which require the use of his superior skill." Frank ought to know, since he was the first man to command a flight to the moon.

  24. akiraguy

    akiraguyپیش 17 روز

    van nuy tower got that sexy voice

  25. Daniel Carlson

    Daniel Carlsonپیش 17 روز

    Reminded me of an ATIS. Sexiest ATIS I’ve Ever heard.

  26. JB

    JBپیش 17 روز

    Man, I wonder why the pilot went radio silent. So tragic.

  27. JB

    JBپیش 11 روز

    Willoughby Krenzteinburg ok got it

  28. Willoughby Krenzteinburg

    Willoughby Krenzteinburgپیش 11 روز

    He didn't. Once he is handed off to SoCal (134.2), the pilot-side of the communication is simply missing from the recording. I mean - you should be able to gather this from ATC's communications - they are clearly talking to the pilot. What is missing is basically the pilot requesting flight following - ATC says he is too low for that and cancels the services. The ATC controller is then relieved by another controller. The pilot then contacts ATC again saying he is climbing above the clouds and that he requests flight following. The new controller asks for his intentions because he didn't know about him. The pilot says he is climbing to 4,000 feet (to get above the clouds - whose tops were at 2,400 feet). The notification that he was climbing to 4,000 feet was the last transmission.

  29. Erica J

    Erica Jپیش 18 روز

    That delay was a sign. He should of just landed at Burbank airport-too risky with fog

  30. LainaLane

    LainaLaneپیش 18 روز

    What if they ran out of fuel?

  31. Oto

    Otoپیش 18 روز

    Why it says radar contact lost as it is not radar data but flight data from ADS-B?

  32. Boris Sheen

    Boris Sheenپیش 19 روز

    so many wanna be experts in this comment section. 1. you people don't know shit about what caused this. 2. hindsight is 20/20 and it doesn't help to say what they should have done. it's too late for that unfortunately.

  33. slim509

    slim509پیش 19 روز

    I like how it's too danherous to fly yet there's more aircraft to follow than this air traffic guy can handle

  34. Willoughby Krenzteinburg

    Willoughby Krenzteinburgپیش 11 روز

    It's not more than he can handle. The pilots flying IFR flights have priority for this controller. The N72EX pilot want special clearance to fly through airspace this controller is responsible for and he has IFR flights that literally cannot see anything. He simply had the N72EX pilot hold until the IFR traffic was clear - then he could fly through his airspace visually - i.e. - without air traffic guidance. The ATC controller handled it as any other controller would have.

  35. J Shepard

    J Shepardپیش 17 روز

    Too dangerous to fly visually. Those fixed wing AC are flying on instruments.

  36. Harry Martin-Butler

    Harry Martin-Butlerپیش 20 روز

    Kobes copter

  37. Straight Truth

    Straight Truthپیش 20 روز

    The most important reminder to us Kobe Fans is the fact that Kobe was in Church at 7:00 a.m. Pacific Time last Sunday and had the privilege to get right with God, confess his sins and be saved. Not knowing he would breathe his last breath just hours later. May God comfort every person's family aboard that helicopter and may we NOT sit in judgement or question the inevitable in this situation. God has the first and last word on everything!

  38. Boris Sheen

    Boris Sheenپیش 19 روز

    God isnt real dummy.

  39. kekline ._

    kekline ._پیش 20 روز

    I heard the ‘copter was also traveling at 178MPH

  40. Daniel Carlson

    Daniel Carlsonپیش 18 روز

    Yes, 155 knots.

  41. Douglas Davis

    Douglas Davisپیش 20 روز

    Please watch link of helicopter crash

  42. Douglas Davis

    Douglas Davisپیش 20 روز

    irgos.info/fylm-hay/p6Gph6VjfHiotZw.html

  43. Mister J

    Mister Jپیش 20 روز

    Everybody is saying that the pilot is the guilty one, but Kobe could have said too: no, sorry, the weather is too bad to fly, we will take a car. The passengers were all Kobe's guests so he was also in charge, period. He could have cancelled the flight back too... But saving some minutes was more important to him... And that is the result

  44. Spondoolie

    Spondoolieپیش 21 روز

    Has nobody considered that the pilot experienced a medical emergency? Loss of consciousness? Seizure? Heart attack?

  45. Boris Sheen

    Boris Sheenپیش 19 روز

    yeah I actually thought he may have had a heart attack or something. my mother said the same thing the day he died. don't know why the person who uploaded this is lying to you.

  46. Spondoolie

    Spondoolieپیش 20 روز

    @VASAviation - .... at least the only one in multiple comment sections on IRgos and FB

  47. VASAviation -

    VASAviation -پیش 20 روز

    Negative, you've been the only one in the world

  48. Drew

    Drewپیش 21 روز

    How he crashed (In my opinion) he was flying too slow and low to avoid the cloud ceiling aka skud running, then he went blind in fog. He tried to fly above the fog but he probably hit the clouds which made him disoriented. He instantly went from visual VFR to IMC. Am I banking left? Am I flying straight? Am I climbing? Am I falling? He doesn’t know because he’s blind. At that point he has to switch to instrument flying which he probably wasn’t very familiar with. He could have been IFR certified but who knows if he was current and or practicing in real flights. Maybe he panicked. High profile passenger and kids onboard so he’s under a lot of pressure now and he can’t see anything. So my guess is he accelerated down thinking he was diving out of the clouds toward the freeway, but in reality he was flying down and left into the mountain. No terrain awareness system HTAWS but who knows if that would have helped. I don’t think it was Controlled flight into terrain CFIT. He was flying too erratic. No evidence yet just my speculation

  49. Shavon Furrow

    Shavon Furrowپیش 15 روز

    Drew NTSB report pretty much sums it up like this. The photos show extreme low visibility right before the crash and 5 min afterwards. He had to have been extremely disoriented ☹️also doesn’t help that the SoCal tower terminated services when he was too low for flight control.

  50. casual observer

    casual observerپیش 21 روز

    PATCO 1981

  51. Brian Nolan

    Brian Nolanپیش 21 روز

    Good to see that you avoided using a clickbait title. A very informative video.

  52. littleferrhis

    littleferrhisپیش 21 روز

    Pilot wasn’t instrument rated, pretty open and shut case of him skud running and getting gipped.

  53. Boris Sheen

    Boris Sheenپیش 19 روز

    you don't know anything.

  54. PV1230

    PV1230پیش 19 روز

    he was instrumented rated.

  55. El OnTheBass

    El OnTheBassپیش 21 روز

    The flight path is out of sync with the audio. The pilot made the transition on to the 101 without incident. He was on course for a good deal of time when completely inexplicably the chopper made a wide left banking turn and nose dived at 2000 fpm. NTSB said it was a high velocity impact. This thing fell out of the sky. Poor visibility does not justify such a maneuver. PERIOD. The aircraft suffered some kind of electrical or mechanical failures. No distress call. Nothing. 20 year instrument-rated instructor veteran pilot. Witnesses said the helicopter was making struggling engine sounds in the air. This push to blame the pilot seems premature at best. I've tested his flight on a simulator in similar weather conditions. Visibility was most definitely a factor. But the last moment of his flight path is completely bizarre and absolutely cannot be attributed to poor visibility. Left banking nose dive at 2000 fpm leaving an established flight path on the 101 freeway? Something happened to the chopper. Blaming this on pilot error, and so soon, is utter nonsense.

  56. thisiseku

    thisisekuپیش 20 روز

    no, it didn't fall out of the sky. listen to the security footage audio clips of the crash, the helicopter sounded fine before impact. pilot blindly slammed into the hill at 180mph

  57. His Majesty

    His Majestyپیش 21 روز

    I didn't hear any distress in the pilots voice or anything that hints "it's to foggy and I can't see a damn thing". Everything sounded normal to my untrained "areodymanic" ears. I guess this is a good time to DOUBT the official reports

  58. His Majesty

    His Majestyپیش 19 روز

    @thisiseku Oh my bad. The perception I got from you guys was; the pilot was flying around disoriented in the fog for at least a few minutes as he tried to maneuver out of it, and in the process of blind maneuvering, the chopper crashed into a hillside. I didn't know the crash occurred within mere seconds of the fog appearing.

  59. basket o fries

    basket o friesپیش 20 روز

    There a slight raise in his voice on his last transmission about switching to VFR. He got lost in the fog and clouds most likely got disoriented. Knew they were in trouble with the raising terrain but had no sense of direction banked left into the mountain. Tragic accident.

  60. thisiseku

    thisisekuپیش 20 روز

    because it wasn't "so foggy i can't see a damn thing" until the terrain started rising into the cloud layer in calabasas. look at the flight path, the crash happened immediately after hills got in the way . burbank and van nuys advised him to follow 118, but pilot chose 101 which has the highest terrain on the way to camarillo...

  61. Virgilio Marques

    Virgilio Marquesپیش 21 روز

    This is only the final minutes of the trip.

  62. Kevin R

    Kevin Rپیش 21 روز

    In the past "10 years" there have been 331 deaths from helicopter crashes. But just in 2019 there was 37,443 deaths from car crashes. This is only in the US.

  63. Boris Sheen

    Boris Sheenپیش 19 روز

    yeah well there's millions more cars which are constantly in motion than there are helicopters. nobody ever considers that. it's always "cars are unsafe. flying isn't hurr durr. " just to be clear tho, flying is safer.

  64. Allen Coats

    Allen Coatsپیش 22 روز

    Kobe's helicopter is BLACK. Where's THAT one?

  65. VASAviation -

    VASAviation -پیش 22 روز

    There

  66. Zyrex D

    Zyrex Dپیش 22 روز

    I learned some aviation stuffs because of this accident... Here's the link if you're interested what could have possibly happened to the pilot why he lost control. irgos.info/fylm-hay/02qtgWiAdoGYuKA.html This is not a conclusion, just for learning random stuff.. RIP to all of them.

  67. Shavon Furrow

    Shavon Furrowپیش 15 روز

    Zyrex D 3:21 explains it all.....☹️😔

  68. thisiseku

    thisisekuپیش 22 روز

    both burbank and van nuys advised him to follow 118 westbound... and he still chose 101. looking at the map 118 has way less high terrain and had better weather that day... also it kind of feels like socal wasn't even aware he's SVFR . NTSB will conclude CFIT and pilot error, no additional data due to lack of black boxes. so sad and preventable in 10 different ways

  69. basket o fries

    basket o friesپیش 20 روز

    I wonder If they weren't held for 15 minutes..

  70. AsWishMe

    AsWishMeپیش 22 روز

    Helicopters and their pilots must be flying on without holding and circling on bad weather to avoid troubles and make Helicopter under controlled . RIP guys

  71. Trevor Wellington

    Trevor Wellingtonپیش 22 روز

    Here is an analysis of the ADSB data from flightradar24.com of this flight combined with ground elevation data from digital elevation model. Accompanying raw data, maps, graphs 3D views are here: www.dropbox.com/sh/1hhg1s7tsabkduw/AABHu3eQJ9UPLnsKl2PUHkZNa?dl=0 Note the speed data is ground speed from the ADSB GPS data. Starting at the final 3 minutes of the flight, the helicopter was following US-101 / Ventura freeway to the west and had slowed approaching a narrowing and rising in the terrain at Calabasas, from around 142 kt to 130 kt ground speed. The altitude had been stable between 1200 and 1250 ft. The 101 turns from W to SW at Brents Junction with rising terrain directly ahead at 1437 ft before starting the left-turn. On commencing the left turn the helicopter also begins climbing at an average rate of 1470 fpm sustained over 4 data points spanning 36 seconds, gaining 875 ft. At the 3rd to last data point, the maximum reported altitude is 2125ft which is 465ft above the nearest high terrain approximately 1NM away in the direction of flight. The 2nd to last data point shows a slight decent of 75ft over 8 s but with the left turn continuing and increasing (at 5.5 deg/sec). The final data point shows altitude 1700 ft and since the previous point a decent at 3500fpm turning left at 7 deg/sec. The reported crash site is a further 500 ft lower at 1100ft altitude. A couple of observations stand out (1) Calculating the flight height above ground level (ref to USGS NED1 digital elevation model) taking 233 of the 250 available altitude reports (ignoring the first 90 seconds of flight until 500ft AGL achieved after liftoff), some observation about the flight height can be made : Average height AGL was 370ft, minimum 140ft AGL. 20% of the reports were below 300ft AGL (this is not explicitly outside the regulations for a helicopter, irrespective of SVFR conditions). This isn’t a criticism on the height flown, but does point to the ceiling at the time - presumably this low height AGL was maintained in order to remain (just) clear of the cloud above. (2) Just west of Mureau Road overpass where the rising 101 freeway reaches a maximum elevation of 1120 ft, the helicopter is at 1250 alt ft : 140 ft above the ground while traveling at 130Kt. Around the same location there is rising terrain on both sides with same-altitude ground briefly within 475 ft on both sides (ref to USGS topo map). (3) About 36 seconds later on approaching the 45 degree left-turn at Brents Junction the turn and ascent begin at the same time - I wonder if the pilot either inadvertently flew into cloud, or saw an unavoidable cloud bank further ahead, and elected to climb rapidly rather than (or unable to) slow down. Perhaps the decision was made to fly into the cloud knowing there was higher terrain nearby to avoid. (4) The data shows that after climbing for approximately 36 seconds to almost 500ft above any nearby terrain, and leveling off (but maintaining a left turn), either control was lost or some other factor caused the rapid decent to the crash site. Trevor Wellington PPL fixed wing; engineer

  72. The Tough Group

    The Tough Groupپیش 22 روز

    Excellent analysis, thank you. Your fourth point highlights the critical issue and after pouring over the available data I reached the same conclusion. After climbing for a period and then leveling off "either control was lost or some other factor caused the rapid descent to the crash site".

  73. Rayn Fathir

    Rayn Fathirپیش 23 روز

    when u realize,it was kobe on the flight :(((((((((((((((

  74. Star 737

    Star 737پیش 23 روز

    4:03 turn on subtitles...

  75. Mike Sheen

    Mike Sheenپیش 23 روز

    VNY TWR almost put me to sleep... such a calming voice. Condolences to the family and friends of those that perished.

  76. sugakuu

    sugakuuپیش 23 روز

    Now ur clip is caught on Business Insider. Nice job man.

  77. stubadub2k

    stubadub2kپیش 23 روز

    1:08 the pilot sounds so dejected they have him holding

  78. Tyger Voods

    Tyger Voodsپیش 15 روز

    @basket o fries yeah, definitely made him more anxious

  79. basket o fries

    basket o friesپیش 19 روز

    Yes. I just imagine what if they never were held for 15 mins. I'm sure spinning around in circles didn't help his sense of direction and decision making.

  80. Nelson Raver

    Nelson Raverپیش 23 روز

    IFR means a ceiling less than 1,000 feet AGL and/or visibility less than three miles. Low IFR (LIFR) is a sub-category of IFR. VFR means a ceiling greater than 3,000 feet AGL and visibility greater than five miles. I don't think he had the visual or avionics. The pilot may have had visual on takeoff and fog later moved in.

  81. Allya Firdausi

    Allya Firdausiپیش 23 روز

    oh Allah my heart's heavy, Allah loves them, may all victims rest in peace, aamiin🙏

  82. klam77

    klam77پیش 23 روز

    lost comms for some period!!!! what's that about?

  83. klam77

    klam77پیش 19 روز

    @Daniel Carlson thanks!

  84. Daniel Carlson

    Daniel Carlsonپیش 19 روز

    Too low for radio reception.

  85. Tomi Knuutinen

    Tomi Knuutinenپیش 23 روز

    The last radio message of Ara Zobayan is for some reason cut out. The message about climbing to avoid a cloud layer. That happens after he is told he is too low.

  86. Mike E

    Mike Eپیش 23 روز

    RIP to all in this tragedy. I noted in this audio at 3:48 that the controller identifies change to 134.2, but pilot acknowledges as "34.2" and is never heard from again.

  87. Daniel Carlson

    Daniel Carlsonپیش 18 روز

    34.2 is just an abbreviation of 134.2; the SoCal Approach/Departure frequency for all aircraft traffic Northwest/Southwest Of KVNY.

  88. Gina Pott

    Gina Pottپیش 23 روز

    My heart goes out to all the families of the victims,I know what it feels to loose someone you love 😢❤️

  89. Douglas Davis

    Douglas Davisپیش 23 روز

    The aircraft did not carry a "black box" recorder on board, nor did it have any other type of terrain awareness system, meaning piecing together the crash details may be more difficult.

  90. Douglas Davis

    Douglas Davisپیش 20 روز

    @TOP XI 11 watch this video please

  91. Douglas Davis

    Douglas Davisپیش 20 روز

    @TOP XI 11 irgos.info/fylm-hay/p6Gph6VjfHiotZw.html

  92. TOP XI 11

    TOP XI 11پیش 22 روز

    Douglas Davis it wasn't needed to carry a black box

  93. Douglas Davis

    Douglas Davisپیش 23 روز

    www.msn.com/en-gb/news/world/kobe-bryant-details-of-fatal-helicopter-crash-revealed/ar-BBZqYDg?ocid=ientp&li=AAnZ9Ug#image=BBZlz4n|6

  94. Meet Parikh

    Meet Parikhپیش 23 روز

    Mad respect to the channel for the title and not just baiting for the views

  95. Miss. Bitch, Swerve

    Miss. Bitch, Swerveپیش 23 روز

    I wonder if Burbank or Van Nuys would’ve of allowed the pilot to land sooner if everyone boarding would still be alive. They were waiting 15 minutes on air to be cleared from air traffic and landing.

  96. Ataturk Shirinov

    Ataturk Shirinovپیش 23 روز

    I think it hit a bird or something while climbing then it went straight down and we was trying avoid when he left turned it

  97. Jim Lee

    Jim Leeپیش 23 روز

    There is a difference between "legal" and "safest." Was the pilot cleared for Special VFR? Yes. Was it the safest decision to fly through terrain in very limited visibility when LAPD helicopters were grounded? No.

  98. Willoughby Krenzteinburg

    Willoughby Krenzteinburgپیش 13 روز

    @Jim Lee Good for you. I didnt say there was engine failure. You're going to have your opinion you believe is superior because you are from the area. I have no desire to converse with someone who actually thinks that.

  99. Jim Lee

    Jim Leeپیش 14 روز

    I know this area very well and have over 1000 hours flying traffic over LA freeways. It is extremely risky to fly over the 101 through Calabasas with limited visibility. Regardless of what LAPD did, he had no business flying eight passengers through that pass. NTSB said no engine failure.

  100. Willoughby Krenzteinburg

    Willoughby Krenzteinburgپیش 23 روز

    This comparison to the LAPD's decision to ground their helicopters needs to end. Even the head of the NTSB's investigation was visibly annoyed at the media's insistence to compare the two - as apples and oranges. Law enforcement agencies ground their air support units in fog because it is difficult to see the ground. They need to be able to follow specific and detailed objects - like a suspect on foot, or a certain make of car. Pilots who are simply traveling from point A to point B do not need that kind of visibility. In other words, LAPD grounds their helicopters not for safety concerns, but for logistical ones. This hindsight treatment you are employing is similar to how people rationalize that deciding to drive in the rain caused the death of someone who ended up hydroplaning and dying in an accident. Accidents happen. Would not driving in the rain have prevented the accident? Yep. Are you gonna stop driving in the rain? Nope.

  101. M1co29 boii i hate last names

    M1co29 boii i hate last namesپیش 24 روز

    RIP Kobe, Gianna and the other victims, my prayers and condolences go to their families

  102. ChicagoCrew

    ChicagoCrewپیش 24 روز

    If visibility was so low why the hell were they VFR ?

  103. Willoughby Krenzteinburg

    Willoughby Krenzteinburgپیش 23 روز

    Visibility was pretty borderline for most of the flight. It wasn't until they got near the crash site that it deteriorated.

  104. Oliver Hancock

    Oliver Hancockپیش 24 روز

    I don't understand. Why is this one so popular?

  105. Oliver Hancock

    Oliver Hancockپیش 21 روز

    @ChicagoCrewYeah I found out right after I found this video actually. I've been sick so I hadn't kept up with the news. I don't even particularly like basketball, but there was most of an entire family in that crash along with Kobe, and I know how it feels to lose a hero anyway. It really sucks. The family, friends, and fans have my condolences. May the souls of the departed fly safer skies beyond this world... ~

  106. MrCleanMachine98

    MrCleanMachine98پیش 23 روز

    Kobe Bryant is the beethoven of sports man especially in America.

  107. ChicagoCrew

    ChicagoCrewپیش 24 روز

    Oliver Hancock NBA Legend Kobe Bryant and his 13yo daughter GiGi perished along with 7 others in this helicopter crash .....

  108. Oliver Hancock

    Oliver Hancockپیش 24 روز

    Oh my gosh, I've never seen anywhere near this many views on a VASAviation video!