The helicopter crash that killed Leicester Metropolis soccer membership proprietor Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha was not brought on by a police drone, Leicestershire Police stated on Monday, as investigations proceed into how the accident occurred.
Thai businessman Srivaddhanaprabha died together with 4 others when his helicopter crashed after which exploded outdoors the membership’s King Energy Stadium in Leicester, Britain, on Saturday after a Premier League match in opposition to West Ham United.
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The Air Accidents Investigation Department (AAIB) stated it had recovered the flight information recorder and would stay within the metropolis till the tip of the week earlier than transporting the wreckage to its amenities in Farnborough.
“At this time, our inspectors in Farnborough will begin engaged on the recorder, which was topic to intense warmth on account of the post-accident hearth,” in keeping with an announcement from the AAIB, which investigates all civil plane accidents in Britain.
The reason for the crash stays unclear.
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Leicestershire Police stated on Twitter that its drone was not in flight when the helicopter left the stadium.
The drone got here down in a carpark outdoors the grounds shortly after 7:30 p.m. GMT, about an hour after the tip the match.
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Police named the opposite victims of the crash as passengers Izabela Roza Lechowicz, Nursara Suknamai, Kaveporn Punpare and pilot Eric Swaffer.
The Italian maker of the helicopter, Leonardo SpA, stated it was prepared to help with the investigation.
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Vichai’s household, together with his son Aiyawatt and spouse Aimon, arrived on the stadium on Monday to put flowers among the many mass of tributes already left by the membership’s supporters.
A whole lot of individuals had queued because the morning to put toys, scarves and bouquets to recollect the much-loved proprietor, who took over the membership in 2010 and oversaw its unbelievable rise from the second tier to Premier League title winners in 2016.
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Gamers and workers from the membership have been additionally on the stadium to pay their respects.
Leicester Metropolis’s first-team squad had a brief coaching session on Monday morning, however the membership’s fourth-round League Cup tie with Southampton, scheduled for Tuesday on the King Energy, was postponed due to the accident.