NTSB announces cause in helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant, 8 others

On January 20, 2020, time seemed to stop when news broke that Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna, and seven other will killed in a helicopter crash in California.

Ever since that day, there has been plenty of speculation as to what caused the crash. Some blamed the pilot, others blamed the helicopter company, and some blamed this helicopter itself.

But now, according to the National Transportation Safety Board, the pilot experienced Spatial Disorientation prior to crashing.

From TMZ:


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